The GCL Yankees had a disappointing season, ending up at the bottom of the GCL North division with a record of 24-32. They ended eight games behind the GCL Phillies, who won the division with a record of 32-24. Much like the big club, the GCL Yankees pitching was a source of frustration. Their 4.03 team ERA put them towards the bottom of the division and they only managed one shut out during the short season. Control may have been the biggest issue, as the Yankees issued a league leading 214 walks (tied with the GCL Orioles). They also gave up the second most runs in the league, allowing 301 opponents to score.
On the other hand, the GCL Yankees fared alright with their bats. Their team average of .258 was good for third in the league, while their slugging percentage (.378) was second only to the GCL Red Sox (.385). The Yankees hit 36 homers, also good for second in the league.…