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  • Camarena
    Camarena sees improvement as he gains experience with Thunder
    Trenton Thunder left-hander Daniel Camarena did not get the experience that he was hoping for when he first emerged on the scene with Double-A Trenton. During a spot start in June he was hit hard, yet his determination and perseverance factored...
  • Camarena
    Camarena strikes out twelve in Thunder win
    AKRON – Since receiving a June promotion to the Trenton Thunder, Daniel Camarena has improved at every turn, culminating in his best performance to date on Monday night. The 21-year-old left-hander struck out twelve hitters over eight...
  • Fiorito
    Fiorito’s three-hit night not enough as Thunder fall 8-2
    TRENTON – A pitching duel quickly turned ugly as Dan Camarena’s best performance of the season was spoiled in the sixth inning and left the Trenton Thunder on the wrong side of an 8-2 score on Wednesday night at Arm & Hammer Park...
  • Cashman
    Brian Cashman impressed by pitching depth in Trenton
    TRENTON – New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman was on hand in Trenton on Tuesday as two of the top pitching prospects in his team’s farm system took the mound for the Double-A Trenton Thunder.Arguably the best prospect in the...
  • Reggie-IBC
    Trenton Thunder work to strike out ALS with 'Ice Bucket Challenge'
    TRENTON – The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge took over the pregame ceremonies in Trenton on Wednesday, as players, coaches, and Hall of Famers alike showed their support in battling the fatal disease, commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease...
  • Bird
    Consistent approach at the plate has Greg Bird on track for success
    Greg Bird’s name is not known to many outside the Yankee organization yet, but several evaluators believe that the New York Yankees’ fifth round pick in the 2011 Amateur Draft could be the team’s next great first baseman. His...
  • Severino-dugout
    Top pitching prospect Luis Severino lands on disabled list in Trenton
    TRENTON – It appears the injury bug that has bit the Yankees’ rotation in 2014 has worked its way into the minor leagues as well. After being scratched from his scheduled start last Sunday, Luis Severino was placed on the disabled list...
  • Lindgren
    Lindgren turning heads with overpowering repertoire
    After being the first player selected by the New York Yankees in June’s Amateur Draft, left-handed relief pitcher Jacob Lindgren has ascended through the minor league levels at a rapid pace. Following an appearance in the Gulf Coast League,...
  • Rivera-MVP
    Mariano Rivera finds his new calling in life after baseball
    TRENTON – As former New York Yankees teammate Derek Jeter makes his way through his final season in Major League Baseball, legendary relief pitcher Mariano Rivera has been working hard during his first season away from the game.After years...
  • Lindgren
    Yankees’ top pick in 2014 draft promoted to Trenton
    The New York Yankees have promoted their top pick in the 2014 Amateur Draft, second-rounder Jacob Lindgren, to their Double-A affiliate, the Trenton Thunder, according to a release by the team on Tuesday.Lindgren, a left-handed relief pitcher who...
  • Severino-Thunder
    Severino dominates as Thunder win third straight
    TRENTON – The Trenton Thunder produced three runs in the second inning, which would be all they needed to defeat the New Britain Rock Cats, 4-1, on Tuesday night at ARM & HAMMER Park.A highly-anticipated matchup between Luis Severino (...
  • Cave
    Jake Cave focused on development as the adjustment to Eastern League begins
    TRENTON, NJ – As the Trenton Thunder move past the Eastern League All-Star break, an influx of new faces with new stories can be found in the club’s locker room. Perhaps none of these are more intriguing than outfielder Jake Cave, who...
  • Severino
    Top pitching prospect Luis Severino joining the Trenton Thunder
    A struggling Trenton Thunder pitching staff will be getting a major boost when the team resumes play in Binghamton after the All-Star break, as former Thunder beat writer and current Baseball America Social Media Editor Josh Norris has confirmed...
  • Mitchell
    Bryan Mitchell gaining confidence with recent success
    As injuries mount and starting pitching options dwindle for the New York Yankees, all eyes have turned to players down on the farm as potential options to keep the team from missing the playoffs in back-to-back seasons for the first time since the...
  • Sanchez
    Sanchez's development gets a boost from working with Yankees' C.C. Sabathia
    Though New York Yankees starting pitcher C.C. Sabathia was the center of attention during a rehab appearance for the Double-A Trenton Thunder on Wednesday night, many also took note of the man on the receiving end of the former All-Star’s...