- Colin Curtis- Played in 2010 (Drafted 2006)
- Austin Romine- 2011, 2013 (Drafted 2007)
- Brandon Laird- 2011 (Drafted 2007)
- David Adams- 2013 (Drafted 2008)
- Corban Joseph- 2013 (Drafted 2008)
- J.R. Murphy- 2013 (Drafted 2009)
That's it. That's the list. Those 6 players have combined for 172 games played and 443 plate appearances as part of the Yankee Major League roster. 72.2% of those PA were racked up by Romine and Adams this past season. In those 443 PA, they've produced -1.3 total fWAR.
If you're looking for a major (maybe THE major) reason why the Yankee roster has become so old and brittle and stagnant over the last few years, there it is. They haven't developed and inserted a single useful everyday position player into their lineup in Oppenheimer's time at the helm of amateur scouting and drafting. That's influenced some by trades, and in fairness their results with pitchers have been better, but that's still a terrible track record to have after 8 drafts. Even with those results and even with his mostly miss record in the 1st round, somehow Oppenheimer survived last week's meetings and will be back at the helm of amateur scouting again this year. Welcome to Bizarro World, folks.