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Three New York Yankees prospects remained among the Top 100 prospects in baseball, according to a re-rank of the Top 100 by Baseball America.

Baseball America based the re-rank on the first two months of action and reflects the performance of players around baseball, along with those prospects who may have graduated from prospect status based on service time.

One prospect that was among the Top 10 at the start of the season is no longer on the list. Yankees infielder Anthony Volpe has graduated from the rankings due to service time. But three of his former farmhands check in, starting with shortstop Oswald Peraza, who was ranked No. 57.

Peraza, who signed with the Yankees in 2016, is close to graduation himself, having taken close to 100 at-bats in his MLB career. For his minor-league career he’s batting .277 with 52 home runs, 193 RBI and 261 runs scored.

Peraza is back with the Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders and is batting better than .300 this season.

Right behind Peraza at No. 58 is outfielder Jasson Dominquez. At just 20 he’s already making noise in the system with the Yankees’ Double-A affiliate in Somerset. He’s struggling so far at the plate with an average hovering around .200. but he batted around .260 for the first two years of his minor-league career.

Catcher Austin Wells is No. 93 in the re-rank. The Yankees’ first-round pick in 2020 is also in Somerset and batting better than .250 so far this season. He’s already on track to match his career high of 20 home runs, set last season.