16. New York Yankees: D.L. Hall, LHP, Vladosta (Ga.) High
The Yankees haven't had much luck with starting pitchers in the draft, especially with lefthanders, but Hall, Rogers and Oregon’s David Peterson (see below) all fit the bill. Though he's listed at at just 6-foot or 6'1" and 180 to 190 pounds (depending upon the source), Hall is considered to have one of the highest ceilings among the 2017 draft crop of pitchers. His 92-95 mph fastball and curve are both plus pitches, with some scouts grading the latter as a future plus-plus pitch, and he's got an above-average changeup as well. His command comes and goes because he has a cross-body delivery and doesn't always maintain his arm slot.