The last ten months or so have been downright brutal for the Yankees' farm system in the pitching department, but perhaps they're getting off to a good start in 2013. Via George King, Yankees' player development chief Mark Newman confirms that Jose Campos has completed his throwing program and is ready to return to the field this spring. Campos, 20, got off to a scorching start with Charleston last April before being sidelined with a mysterious elbow injury. He went on to miss the rest of the season. I would imagine that he's ticketed for a return to the Riverdogs this year, but the main goal will have to be keeping him healthy over a year of full season ball.