It’s a bit belated, but I couldn’t let the Minor League seasons end without getting a final monthly stock watch post up. The second half of the season felt much better than the first, with guys like Aaron Judge and Rob Refsnyder continuing their hot hitting from early and guys like ManBan, Tyler Austin, Greg Bird, and Gary Sanchez stepping up in the second half. For the final time in 2014, here are the prospects who did the most to help and hurt themselves in the final month plus of the season.
Stock Up- Tyler Webb
Webb capped off a very good year that saw him pitch at 3 different levels by settling into the SWB bullpen after being promoted in mid-August and being one of the first names off Brian Cashman’s lips when discussing possible lefty replacements for the departed Matt Thornton. Webb’s August performance in Triple-A was uneven, with a few clunkers thrown in to juice his ERA up to 4.85. …