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Dylan Richards—High School class of 2014 is a very talented middle infielder and highly effective pitcher. His primary position is shortstop for Columbia Prep in NYC and 3rd Baseman for the legendary Bayside Yankees. Dylan's ability to hit to all parts of the field and drive in runs begins with his plate discipline as he maintains a high on-base percentage. As a right handed pitcher, Dylan's fastball is 80+ mph with natural movement; his change-up is consistent and his slider is his best pitch. Dylan has a very good understanding of the game and prides himself with working hard in his strive to get better each week, each season.

Dylan has started on his high school team the past 3 years and has led his team in hitting the past two years in high school as the starting short stop and only pitcher to not give up an earned run by leading Columbia Prep to an undefeated season in conference play. Dylan plays for the most competitive travel team in New York, the Bayside Yankees where he has been invited back for the 2nd year and is the starting third baseman, and relief pitcher. Dylan's references are:


1. Baseball Coach, Bobby Cruz—Bayside Yankees Head Coach (e-mail and phone available upon request)


2. Batting and defensive instructor, Joe Mandile—Fordham University Assistant Coach (e-mail and phone available upon request)


3. Pitching instructor, that is the amazing thing, Dylan has never used a pitcher instructor, ever.


4. Strength and Conditioning coach, Joe Giangrasso---NY Yankees AAA Coach: (e-mail and phone available upon request)


Dylan attends Columbia Prep, the oldest private school in New York City. Dylan excels academically and expects to earn a GPA of 3.8 (junior year), including AP Chemistry and advance language in Chinese. Combined with an ACT score of 32, Dylan looks forward to his senior year where he has been admitted for Advanced Placement in Math and Physics. Dylan's career interests range from financial analyst to broadcasting as Dylan is the host of a Television show that is broadcast in the tri-state area (NY, Connecticut, New Jersey), running for its second season, entitled Dylan's Lunchbox (food critic, culinary educator). Dylan is the College Ambassador and spokesman for Bat for a Cure, minor league baseball's chosen charity that works with major league baseball to raise awareness for prostate cancer.



The Yankees fall to NY Dynasty 5-3 in spite of Richards' performance

Dylan Richards did all he could to give the Yankees a boost, but it wasn't enough to get past NY Dynasty, as the Yankees lost 5-3 in seven innings at Kingsborough CC on Wednesday.

It was a good day at the plate for the Yankees' Richards. Richards went 2-3 and drove in one. He singled in the fourth and sixth innings.

#15 got it done on the rubber on the way to a win. He allowed one run over four innings. #15 struck out two, walked two and gave up two hits.

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Learned's single propels theYankees past Cyclones, 7-2

Three first-inning runs helped the Yankees to a 7-2 win over Cyclones at Yankee Stadium on Sunday.

Seth Learned racked up two RBIs on one hit for the Yankees. He singled in the first inning.

The Yankees relied on Jonathon Cardona to eat up innings en route to the win. Cardona pitched six innings and allowed one earned run, four hits and three walks while striking out two.

Cyclones matched its one-run first inning with one more in the seventh. In the first, Cyclones scored on a sacrifice fly by #17, bringing home #21.

The Yankees tacked on another two runs in the fourth. The inning got off to a hot start when Caleb Kerbs doubled, scoring Danny Maynard. That was followed up by Giovanni Dingcong's single, plating Griffen Dey.

The Yankees scored one run in the fifth inning, and then followed it up with one more in the sixth. In the fifth, the Yankees scored on an RBI single byDylan Richards, scoring Maynard.

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Yankees outhits Mamaroneck Tigers in 5-3 defeat

The Yankees lost 5-3 in seven innings at Mamaroneck HS on Sunday, despite outhitting the Mamaroneck Tigers nine to five.

Nanno Santorelli had a hot bat for the Yankees. Santorelli went 3-4. He doubled in the first inning and singled in the fifth and seventh innings.

Francis got it done on the bump on the way to a win. He allowed one run over four innings. He struck out three, walked none and surrendered five hits.

The Mamaroneck Tigers never trailed after scoring three runs in the second on a two-run single by Spedafino and a walk by Spano.

The Yankees scored one run in the top of the fourth to cut their deficit to three. An RBI single by Dylan Richards sparked the Yankees' rally. Finally, Francis got Chris Adames to fly out to end the threat.

A two-run fifth inning helped bring the Yankees within one. A two-run home run by Giovanni Dingcong set off a the Yankees rally. The Yankees threat came to an end when #11 finally got Griffen Dey to.

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The Yankees offense too much for Team Ontario in 10-1 rout

The Yankees jumped out to an early lead on Team Ontario and captured a 10-1 victory on Saturday at Joplin.

With nine runs in the first three innings, the Yankees left no doubt about the eventual outcome.

An RBI double by Nanno Santorelli, an RBI double by Seth Learned, an RBI double by Mark Maguire, and an RBI single by Griffen Dey in the first inning and a two-run single by Mark Vargas, a two-run double by Danny Maynard, and a fielder's choice during the second inning supplied the early offense for the Yankees.

Vargas racked up three RBIs on two hits for the Yankees.

Daniel Mole's seven strikeouts were enough to push the Yankees past Team Ontario. Mole allowed one earned run on four hits and six walks over five innings.

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The Yankees fall to NY Dynasty 5-3 in spite of Richards'performance


Dylan Richards did all he could to give the Yankees a boost, but it wasn't enough to get past NY Dynasty, as the Yankees lost 5-3 in seven innings at Kingsborough CC on Wednesday.

It was a good day at the plate for the Yankees' Richards.

Richards went 2-3 and drove in one. He singled in the fourth and sixth innings.

#15 got it done on the rubber on the way to a win. He allowed one run over four innings. #15 struck out two, walked two and gave up two hits.





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