Baseball America's year-end run through the top 20 prospects in every minor league is almost over. Today it was the Double-A Eastern League's top 20 and the Yankees had 2 of their big names show up on the list. Catcher Gary Sanchez came in at number 11 and second baseman Rob Refsnyder was lucky 13. Sanchez hit .270/.338/.406 in 477 plate appearances over a full season at the Double-A level. He continued to show great promise with the bat and improvements in his defensive game, but not at a level as high was what his original ceiling made him out to be. Refsnyder was arguably the best position player in the Yankee system this year, and in his short stint in Trenton he hit .342/.385/.548. Sanchez is no longer the top Yankee prospect on my board, but he and Refsnyder are both top 5 easily. Refsnyder should be in competition for the starting second base job next spring and Sanchez could be in serious consideration for a roster spot in 2016.