The 2019 MiLB season has started. Where did the Boston Red Sox prospects start their year and how’s it going so far?
Man does it feel good to be back. Baseball is here, more importantly – minor league baseball is here. With it comes the return of the weekly prospect watch.
Before we get into everything though, I’m starting on an extremely sour note. The Boston Red Sox made a move I don’t agree with at all. Anyone that’s ever read one of these prospect watches knows about a few of the Red Sox prospects. The ones I’m all-in on. I like to call them my “clients” as an ode to the great Paul Heyman.
Well, they cut one of the pioneers of that movement just a few days before the season – Danny Mars. Mars was almost immediately picked up by the Colorado Rockies and I still firmly believe he is severely underrated and could carve out a nice MLB career.
Sadly, it doesn’t appear that will be with the Red Sox anymore.
With that out of the way though, there are a lot of positives to talk about. With the new season comes new prospects to talk about. It also brings new homes for a lot of returning prospects.
We’ve already seen promotions and shakeups due to roster moves made by the Major League squad.
With all that in mind, there’s no reason talking about it anymore, let’s just jump right into everything.
The good news is there’s no one to really talk about at the Major League level when it comes to prospects. That means we get to jump right into the minor leagues.