Angelo Gumbs: Angelo has been playing with Staten Island since the beginning of the year, after playing with GCL rookie league last year. Gumbs is hitting .294 with the Yankees and has a .369 wOBA to his credit. Angelo's strikeout rate is something to keep an eye on, however, as he goes down at the plate 23% of the time.
Culver (R.) and Gumbs (L.) playing with Staten Island
Rob Segedin: Segedin has struggled somewhat after being drafted third round out of Tulane. Segedin is currently playing with High-A Tampa after moving up from Charleston earlier this year. Yet, his average and wOBA are below average so far, although he hit very well in Charleston, having a .323 BA and .394 wOBA to his name.
Mason Williams: Out of all the 2010 Yankee draftees, Williams has arguably had the best season so far. Playing with Low-A Staten Island, he's hitting .348 with a .406 wOBA (!). The only minor concern for Williams is his low walk rate, which could become a problem when and if he is promoted to higher levels of MiLB.