Kiley McDaniel has taken his prospect scouting gig from ESPN to FanGraphs, and he's come out firing with a boatload of scouting reports from the instructional leagues on many a Yankee farmhand. He's been releasing the reports in parts for a little over a week now, and he finally concluded them with Part IV earlier this week. In case you haven't already, you can check out all four parts of McDaniel's report right here and I strongly suggest that you do. If you aren't familiar with McDaniel's work, get familiar. His reports are very detailed and insightful, but presented in a straightforward, easy-to-understand way that leaves you with a clear understanding of the strengths and weaknesses that McDaniel saw in a player. Highlights of McDaniel's reports and my personal takes after the jump.
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