Boston Red Sox Prospects: No.1 Xander Bogaerts

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Xander Bogaerts is really good. What, you want more than that?  Fine, he is really, really good, and he is hands down the No. 2 prospect in all of baseball, and tops among Boston Red Sox. In terms of prospects […]

Boston Red Sox Prospects: No. 2 Henry Owens

BOSTON, MA - JANUARY 15: (L to R) Boston Red Sox rookies Henry Owens, Dalier Hinojosa and Anthony Ranaudo hang out with Joseph at Boston Children's Hospital on January 15, 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Darren McCollester/Getty Images for BCH)

Fans always want to know who the next ace will be, but projecting a prospect to be a true No. 1 is rare. Henry Owens is not one of those, but he has the potential to be an excellent top-of-the-rotation […]

Boston Red Sox Prospects: No. 3 Jackie Bradley Jr.

Jackie Bradley Jr

Jackie Bradley Jr. had a fantastic Spring Training in 2013 which landed him a spot on the Opening Day roster for the Boston Red Sox, but that didn’t last long. Bradley quickly showed he still needed seasoning as he struggled […]

Boston Red Sox Prospects: No. 4 Blake Swihart

Blake Swihart

Boston Red Sox fans got accustomed to having a switch-hitting, defensive minded catcher who can hit for a decent average and show some moderate pop at the plate, and there may be another one on his way. Now it would […]

Boston Red Sox Prospects: No. 5 Garin Cecchini

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People are far too eager to put a Kevin Youkilis comp on Garin Cecchini. It’s easy to do and makes some sense, but I see them as completely different players. The comp comes from the incredible approach at the plate […]

Boston Red Sox Prospects: No. 6 Matt Barnes

Matt Barnes

Matt Barnes was a first-round pick (No. 19 overall) by the Boston Red Sox out of the University of Connecticut in 2011. He has a big fastball that can touch 98 and does a good job of keeping it down […]

Grady Sizemore a Lottery Ticket for Boston Red Sox

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Grady Sizemore was once a 30/30 player when with the Cleveland Indians, and early in his career he was considered an iron man of the current era, racking up 382 consecutive games played. Oh, how times have changed. He has […]

Boston Red Sox Prospects: No. 7 Allen Webster

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Allen Webster was, along with Jackie Bradley Jr., the talk of camp in 2013, and he made his big league debut in April. But much like Bradley, he struggled at the highest level.  Many scouts reported Webster just might have […]

Boston Red Sox Prospects: No. 8 Trey Ball

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After Xander Bogaerts and Rafael Devers, the prospect in the Boston Red Sox‘ organization that has the most power hitting potential might be Trey Ball — only he is a better pitcher than he is hitter.  Ball was the seventh […]

Boston Red Sox Prospects: No. 9 Mookie Betts

Mookie Betts

While my no. 10 prospect Manuel Margot may have opened the most eyes in terms of tools in the Boston Red Sox system, nobody in the system put up better numbers than Mookie Betts. 100 plate appearances into the season, Betts had […]

Boston Red Sox Have Five Important Players File for Arbitration

Junichi Tazawa

Tuesday was the deadline for arbitration eligible players to file, and the Boston Red Sox had five players do just that.  Two of them were recently acquired via trade, Burke Badenhop and Jonathan Herrera, two played large roles in the […]

Boston Red Sox Prospects: No. 10 Manuel Margot

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As we break into the top ten of my Boston Red Sox prospects, we begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel.  The Red Sox pitchers and catchers report in just over a month, and we’re just […]