Who did the Yankees protect from Draft Rule 5?


The Major League portion of Draft Rule 5 will not take place today.

With Draft Rule 5 was scheduled for later today, but has been postponed indefinitely because of the lockdown.

The New York Yankees had some tough decisions to make with some of their potential clients.

Yankees chose to protect five potential clients from Draft Rule 5: quarterback Oswaldo Cabrera, the person on the right Ron Marinaccio, midfielder Everson Pereira, the person on the right Stephen Ridings and favorable JP Sears has been added to the list of 40 people.

The Yankees have three of their top 30 leads according to the MLB Pipeline revealed in Draft Rule 5: starters Josh Breaux (No. 18), midfielder Brandon Lockridge (Number 19) and right-handed pitcher Matt Sauer (Number 27). Who did the Yankees protect from Draft Rule 5?


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