Boston Red Sox All-Prospect Team

It’s no secret that the Red Sox have one of the best farm systems in baseball. In this post, I will construct a team from all these prospects and we’ll see just how bright the future of the Boston Red Sox looks.

Lineup:

June 4, 2013; Boston, MA USA; Boston Red Sox left fielder Jackie Bradley Jr. (44) waits his turn in the batting cage prior to a game against the Texas Rangers at Fenway Park. Mandatory Credit: Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

  1. Jackie Bradley Jr. CF (.304/.395/.509, 17 doubles, 2 triples, 4 home runs, 4 stolen bases in Triple-A Pawtucket)
  2. Blake Swihart C (.286/.369/.448, 15 doubles, 6 triples, 2 home runs, 6 stolen bases in High-A Salem)
  3. Garin Cecchini 3B (.352/.470/.534, 22 doubles, 4 triples, 5 home runs, 15 stolen bases in High-A Salem and Double-A Portland)
  4. Xander Bogaerts SS (.295/.388/.488, 12 doubles, 6 triples, 10 home runs, 7 stolen bases in Double-A Portland and Triple-A Pawtucket)
  5. Michael Almanzar 1B (.288/.349/.493, 22 doubles, 2 triples, 11 home runs, 7 stolen bases in Double-A Portland)
  6. Bryce Brentz RF (.270/.322/.484, 14 doubles, 1 triple, 15 home runs, 1 stolen base in Triple-A Pawtucket)
  7. Jon Denney DH (.459/.600/.991, 14 doubles, 6 triples, 11 home runs in High School)
  8. Mookie Betts 2B (.298/.426/.492, 23 doubles, 1 triple, 8 home runs, 16 stolen bases in Single-A Greenville)
  9. Keury De La Cruz LF (.300/.332/.446, 27 doubles, 3 triples, 4 home runs, 8 stolen bases in High-A Salem)

Bench:

March 25, 2013; Sarasota, FL, USA; Boston Red Sox catcher Christian Vazquez (70) hits a 2-run home run during the second inning against the Baltimore Orioles at Ed Smith Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

  1. Sean Coyle 2B/3B (.248/.309/.517, 7 doubles, 1 triple, 10 home runs, 11 stolen bases in High-A Salem)
  2. Manuel Margot OF (.244/.300/.267, 1 double, 3 stolen bases in Short-Season A Lowell)
  3. Deven Marrer0 SS (.270/.341/.363, 16 doubles, 1 home run, 12 stolen bases in High-A Salem)
  4. Christian Vazquez (.240/.341/.377, 10 doubles, 1 triple, 4 home runs, 5 stolen bases in Double-A Portland)

Rotation:

June 22, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Allen Webster (64) pitches in the first inning against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

  1. Allen Webster (5-1, 2.98 ERA, 56:22 K:BB, 51.1 innings pitched in Triple-A Pawtucket)
  2. Rubby De La Rosa (2-1, 2.28 ERA, 56:25 K:BB, 55.1 innings pitched in Triple-A Pawtucket)
  3. Anthony Ranaudo (8-2, 2.68 ERA, 91:29 K:BB, 84 innings pitched in Double-A Portland)
  4. Henry Owens (6-3, 2.91 ERA, 90:34 K:BB, 77.1 innings pitched in High-A Salem)
  5. Matt Barnes (4-4, 5.19 ERA, 83:25 K:BB, 67.2 innings pitched in Double-A Portland)

Bullpen:

Jun 29, 2013; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Red Sox relief pitcher Alex Wilson (63) pitches against the Toronto Blue Jays during the seventh inning at Fenway Park. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

  1. Trey Ball (6-0, 0.76 ERA, 93:13 K:BB, 46 innings pitched in High School)
  2. Drake Britton (6-6, 3.79 ERA, 76:33 K:BB, 90.1 innings pitched in Double-A Portland)
  3. Ty Buttrey (1-1, 3.86 ERA, 2:5 K:BB, 9.1 innings pitched in Short-Season A Lowell)
  4. Brian Johnson (1-4, 4.03 ERA, 39:17 K:BB, 38 innings pitched in Single-A Greenville)
  5. Simon Mercedes (0-0, 2.00 ERA, 2:4 K:BB, 9 innings pitched in Short-Season A Lowell)
  6. Alex Wilson (1-1, 3.33 ERA, 19:12 K:BB, 24.1 innings pitched in MLB Boston)
  7. Brandon Workman (8-2, 3.42 ERA, 103:28 K:BB, 94.2 innings pitched in Double-A Portland and Triple-A Pawtucket)

Topics: Boston Red Sox, Prospects

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  • Korteztk

    It’s been a long time, if ever, since we’ve seen the Red Sox this stacked with prospects. There is no way we should trade what we’re building for some has been players like Garza or Michael Young, or whomever! Let;s be patient and let these players gradually achieve their potential. In the meantime, keep signing, developing, and building. That’s how you win over the long haul, like Atlanta did in the 90s and 2000s. It’s much better than trading away our prospects like the Red Sox have done too often and wishing we had not made those mistakes!