The Yankees' farm system isn't quite as impressive at first blush as they were at this time last year, but they still have a lot of talent (albeit towards the bottom of the system), and they still stack up pretty well against the rest of the league. In fact, Keith Law thinks they have a top ten system, putting them in the tenth spot in his just released organizational rankings. That corresponds pretty closely with the rankings of Baseball America (11th) and John Sickels (14th), putting the Yankees squarely in the top half of the league. After trading away Jesus Montero and having Manny Banuelos and Jose Campos go down with injuries in 2012, that's a real testament to the work Brian Cashman and the front office has done in investing in player development recently. On a quick programming note: You should probably expect light blogging from me over the next two days. I have a small parade to attend tomorrow that will occupy most of my day, and as for today, well frankly I'm far too distracted/exhausted to find many interesting things about baseball. We'll still be on top of any developing news and what have you though, rest assured, and if that just doesn't do it for you, On the Money is going to a four day a week schedule now that February has arrived, and Stacey and I will be live at 9:00 P.M. through Thursday. I apologize in advance for my meandering into football talk tonight.