The Yankees have the No. 2 farm system in all of Major League Baseball, according to Keith Law of ESPN.
According to Law, GM Brian Cashman was able to make key trades near last year's non-waiver trade deadline to help stockpile talent at minor league level.
In deals with the Cubs and Indians, the Yankees acquired shortstop Gleyber Torres and Clint Frazier, both considered to be top prospects. Torres was named the Arizona Fall League MVP for 2016.
"There's no weakness here," Law said of the Yankees. "They will trot out teams full of prospects at every level, and several of them will show up in the Bronx this year. I don't know if Gleyber Torres is the new Jeter or James Kaprelian the new [Andy] Pettitte, but I'll take that bet."