The New York Yankees kicked off their spring training with a bang...even though the game ended in a 5-5 tie.

We finally got our chance to see the post-Jeter Yankees that many believe are going to be a dismal team. However, there were glimmers of hope that the Yankees might have a bright future with a few of their young prospects.

The obvious being Aaron Judge. The 6 foot 7 inch power bat that is Judge, launched a game-tying three-run homerun in the bottom of the 9th inning with two outs, capping off the Yankees four-run inning that ended the game in a draw.

Judge is known for his power, as well as being a contact hitter and has the ability to hit the ball to all areas of the field: a hitting style built for Yankee Stadium. Although he may not make his debut on the big league squad until July at the earliest, he is a player that the organization has in mind to build around for the future.

Luis Severino also had a decent debut in spring training as he struck out a pair of batters with his electric fastball.  Severino is a guy that the Yankees may look to count on this season to be that reliable arm out of the bullpen in front of possible duel closer's Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller.

If you're a Yankees fan, pay attention to these two names because they may be a part of the big league club before you know it.