Boston Red Sox minor league players

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This is a partial list of players in the Boston Red Sox minor league organization:

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Michael Almanzar[edit]

This name uses Spanish naming customs; the first or paternal family name is Almanzar and the second or maternal family name is Campo.
Michael Almanzar
Boston Red Sox
Third baseman
Born: (1990-12-02) December 2, 1990 (age 23)
Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Michael Gabriel Almanzar Campo (born December 2, 1990) is a Dominican professional baseball infielder for the Boston Red Sox minor league system.[1]

Almanzar signed as an amateur free agent with the Boston organization at the age of 16, receiving a $1.5 million signing bonus, the largest the Red Sox had given to an amateur international free agent at the time.[2]

Almanzar struggled in his early years in the system but showed improvement with the Salem and Portland clubs in 2012 and 2013. He was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the 2013 Rule 5 Draft and was in spring training with the Orioles, where he was considered a contender to begin the 2014 season at third base replacing the injured Manny Machado. He then was diagnosed with tendinitis in his knee and placed on the 60-day disabled list at the end of March, beginng a rehabilitation stint on June 20 while appearing in nine games across three levels. But because Baltimore was unable to keep Almanzar on its 25-man roster, it was required to offer him back to Boston.[3]

His father, Carlos Almanzar, pitched in the majors for five different teams in parts of eight seasons spanning 1997–2005.[1]


Dan Butler[edit]

Dan Butler
Boston Red Sox
Catcher
Born: (1986-10-17) October 17, 1986 (age 27)
Phoenix, Arizona
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Daniel John Butler (born October 17, 1986) is a catcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 5' 10", 190 lb., he bats and throws right handed.[4]

Butler was signed by the Red Sox as an undrafted free agent in 2009 out of University of Arizona, where he hit a .263 batting average with three home runs and 18 RBIs in 27 games as a senior for the Wildcats, and was selected to the Cape Cod League All-Star team.[4]

He made his professional debut in 2009 with Class-A Lowell, being promoted to Class A+ Salem late in the season. Then, in 2010 he topped the Red Sox minor league system with a .310 average and an .893 OPS during stops for Class A Greenville, once more Salem, and Triple A Pawtucket. While at Salem, he led all Carolina League catchers with a .995 fielding percentage. He also threw out 35.5 percent (49-of-138) of attempted base stealers across three different Minor League levels and was named a South Atlantic League All-Star.

Butler batted a combined .241 with 12 home runs and 71 RBI in 2011, while playing again for Salem, Portland and Pawtucket. In 2012 he divided his playing time between Portland and Pawtucket, collecting a .247 average with nine homers and 37 RBI in 95 games.[4]

In 2013, his first full year at Triple A, he hit .262 with a career-high 14 home runs and 45 RBIs in 84 games, leading the PawSox with a .479 slugging percentage. In a team-high 72 games behind the plate, he threw out 25 of 82 (30.5 percent) would-be base stealers, led the International League catchers with 54 assists, and was named the PawSox team MVP.[4]

In 2014, Butler entered his sixth season in the organization as one of the five catchers on the Boston Red Sox 40-man roster. It also marked his third Major League spring training camp with the big team.[5]


Jamie Callahan[edit]

Jamie Callahan
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1994-08-24) August 24, 1994 (age 19)
Florence, South Carolina
Bats: Right Throws: Right

James Douglas Callahan (born August 24, 1994) is a starting pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 6' 2", 205 lb., Callahan bats and throws right handed. He was selected by the Red Sox in the second round (87th overall) of the 2012 MLB Draft out of Dillon High School (SC).[6]

Callahan earned the 2012 Gatorade South Carolina Baseball Player of the Year and Region 8-2A Player of the Year in his senior season, after posting a 7-1 record with a 0.89 ERA and 111 strikeouts in 50.0 innings pitched to help his team reach the regional championship. In addition, he was an All-State selection in 2011 and 2012.[6]

Late in the year, Callahan made his professional debut with the GCL Red Sox, going 1-0 with a 5.19 ERA and seven strikeouts in 8⅔ innings of work. He then was promoted to short season Lowell Spinners in 2012, ending with a 5-1 record and a 3.92 ERA in 13 games, while striking out 54 in 59⅔ innings.[6]

He opened 2014 with Class A Greenville Drive. In his second start of the season he struck out 11 batters, tying a team record set by Pete Ruiz in 2010. Those strikeouts came in just five innings for Callahan, who also allowed a pair of runs on five hits and one walk but did not have a decision.[6]

Starting 2014, the 19-year-old Callahan is ranked as the best 21st prospect in the Red Sox minor league system.[7]


David Chester[edit]

David Chester
Boston Red Sox
First baseman
Born: (1989-03-31) March 31, 1989 (age 25)
Collinsville, Oklahoma
Bats: Right Throws: Right

David Chester (born March 31, 1989) is a first baseman who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 6' 5", 255 lb., he bats and throws right handed.

Chester was selected by the Red Sox in the 33rd round of the 2011 draft out of University of Pittsburgh, where he led the Big East Conference with 16 home runs as a senior and also led his team in RBIs (60) and on-base percentage (.470), while ranking second with a .345 batting average and joining the All-Big East first team in 2011. Previously, he was named to the All-Big East third team in 2010, ranking sixth in school history in homers (31) and eighth in RBIs (125), despite playing only two seasons.[8]

He debuted with the GCL Red Sox in 2011, topping his team in home runs (9) and RBIs (23). In 2012, he gained a promotion to short season Lowell Spinners and finished the year with Class A-Advanced Salem Red Sox, collecting 10 homers and 33 RBIs in 50 games for both teams.[8]

Chester opened 2013 with Class A Greenville Drive, batting for them a .271 average with 13 home runs and 71 RBIs, while earning South Atlantic League All-Star honors. He was recalled by Salem on July 24. He finished with a .271 average, 19 home runs, and 85 RBIs in the two stints, while tying with Bryce Brentz for the most home runs in the system.[9]


William Cuevas[edit]

William Cuevas
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1990-10-14) October 14, 1990 (age 23)
Turmero, Venezuela
Bats: Right Throws: Right

William Cuevas [kway'-vahss] (born October 14, 1990) is a Venezuelan professional pitcher who plays for the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 6-1, 170 lb., he bats and throws right handed.

Cuevas was signed by the Red Sox as an international free agent in July 2005. He spent two and half seasons with the DSL Red Sox spanning 2009-11, before joining the GCL rookie team late in 2011. He then was promoted to Class A- Lowell Spinners in 2012 and played with them for the entire season.[10]

Cuevas emerged during his first season with Lowell, as he posted eight wins and two losses in 77⅓ innings of work, striking out 72 batters while walking only 15 for a solid 4.80 SO/BB ratio. He also made history, after setting the Spinners record for the lowest earned run average in a regular season. His 1.40 ERA bested the 1.50 mark set by Kyle Weiland dating back 2008.[11] In addition, Cuevas ranked in the top of several statistical categories in the New York–Penn League, tying for 1st for the most wins and for second in ERA and innings, and for third in strikeouts.[12]

Cuevas was promoted to Class A Advanced Salem Red Sox in 2013 but struggled during the season. He posted an 8-9 record and a 5.05 ERA in 26 starts, while striking out 109 and walking 40 in 135⅓ innings.[10]


Keury De La Cruz[edit]

Keury De La Cruz
Boston Red Sox
Outfielder
Born: (1991-11-28) November 28, 1991 (age 22)
La Romana, Dominican Republic
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Keury De La Cruz (born November 28, 1991) is a Dominican Republic outfielder who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 5'11", 170 lb., he bats and throws left handed.[13]

De La Cruz was originally signed as an international free agent in the spring of 2009 and has been an All-Star for two consecutive seasons from 2011-2012.[13]

He debuted in 2009 with the DSL Red Sox, and was named Red Sox Latin Program Player of the Year after leading his team in hits (65), doubles (16), runs batted in (50) and extra-bases (27).[13]

In 2010 he joined the Gulf Coast League rookie team, leading the league in triples (7) and total bases (84), while ranking second in extra-bases (23), third both in home runs (6) and runs scored (35) and fourth in RBI (31) and slugging percentage (.475).[13]

He gained a promotion to Class A- Lowell in 2011, and led the New York–Penn League for the most at-bats (300) while tying for second in triples (6) and third in hits (79). He then was named to the All-Star team.[13]

De La Cruz had a breakout season in 2012 for Class A Greenville, batting a slash line (BA/OBP/SLG) of .308/.352/.536 in 116 games, which included eight triples, 19 home runs and 81 RBI. He was named both for the South Atlantic League All-Star and post-season All-Star teams, before being promoted to Class A+ Salem Red Sox in late August. He finished among the five best Red Sox minor leaguers, ranking first in RBI (87), second in slugging (.533), third in homers (20), fourth in batting average (.307), and fifth in OPS (.863).[14]

De La Cruz returned to Salem in 2013. He batted a slash line of .262/.302/.404 with a second-best 89 RBIs in the Carolina League, being selected to the CL Postseason All-Star Team. At the time, he is ranked as the best 30th prospect in the Red Sox minor league system.[7]


Justin Henry[edit]

Justin Henry
Boston Red Sox
Second baseman
Born: (1985-04-30) April 30, 1985 (age 29)
University, Mississippi
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Justin Henry (born April 30, 1985) is a minor league baseball second baseman in the Boston Red Sox organization.

Henry was selected by the Detroit Tigers in the ninth round of the 2007 MLB Draft. In 2007 he was selected to the New York-Penn League midseason All-Star squad. He finished second in the league with 85 hits, third with a .340 batting average and tied for fourth with 49 runs scored. He was the second-hardest batter to fan in the league, striking out once every 13.45 plate appearances, and ranked sixth in the league with a .354 batting average (35-for-99) in 28 games in July.

In 2008 he was named Class A West Michigan's Player of the Year and he ranked sixth in the Midwest League with a .295 batting average. Only fanned once every 14.78 plate appearances, the toughest batter in the league to strike out. Topped all league second basemen with 564 total chances, 213 putouts, 332 assists and 78 double plays. Shared TOPPS Midwest League Player of the Month honors for July after leading the league with a .396 batting average in 24 games.

During the 2012 Rule 5 draft, the Tigers traded Henry to the Boston Red Sox in exchange for Jeff Kobernus. Henry opened 2013 with Triple A Pawtucket.


Chris Hernandez[edit]

Chris Hernandez
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1988-12-14) December 14, 1988 (age 25)
Miami, Florida
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Chris Hernandez (born December 14, 1988) is a pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 6' 1", 185 lb., he bats and throws left handed.

Hernandez was selected by the Red Sox in the 7th round of the 2010 MLB Draft out of University of Miami, where he was the ace of the Miami Hurricanes pitching staff from 2008 through 2010. In 2008, he gained Baseball America Freshman of the Year honors, as he led the Hurricanes to the College World Series, where they were the number one seeded team in the tournament. In 2010, in his last college game, Hernandez gave up one earned run in eight-plus innings of work, but errors cost the Hurricanes another trip to the Series.[15] In four minor league seasons, Hernandez has posted a combined record of 20-28 with a 3.72 ERA and 252 strikeouts in 411.0 innings. He is projected to open the 2014 season at Triple A Pawtucket.[16]


Jeremy Kehrt[edit]

Jeremy Kehrt
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1985-12-21) December 21, 1985 (age 28)
Plainfield, Indiana
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jeremy Kehrt (born December 21, 1985) is a pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 6' 2", 190 lb., he bats and throws right handed.

Kehrt was selected by the Red Sox in the 47th round of the 2008 MLB Draft out of University of Southern Indiana. He is very confident on the mound and can be best described as a finesse pitcher with a very good control who attacks hitters. He throws his four-seam fastball comfortably in the 91 mph range and can even touch 93 mph. His two-seam fastball sits around 87-88 mph with a harder tail than his four-seam, which also mixes in a mid-80s splitter with nice sink and a 77-80 mph slider, giving him four pitches that he will use to work hitters and keep them off balance.[17] Kehrt is projected to open 2014 at Triple-A Pawtucket.


Pat Light[edit]

Pat Light
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1991-03-29) March 29, 1991 (age 23)
Colts Neck, New Jersey
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Patrick James Light (born March 29, 1991) is a pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 6' 5", 195 lb., he bats and throws right handed.

Light was selected by the Red Sox in the first round (37th overall) of the 2012 MLB draft out of Monmouth University. Previously, the Minnesota Twins took him in the 28th round of the 2009 draft but he went on to college instead.[18]

While pitching at high school, Light went 20–0 with a 1.52 ERA for Christian Brothers Academy (NJ), to set the best season record in Shore Conference history. Then, he went 14-14 with a 3.84 ERA and 196 strikeouts in 39 appearances for Monmouth from 2010–2012, ranking No. 53 on Baseball America's preseason Top 100 list of 2012 draft prospects.[19] He then made his professional debut with Class A- Lowell in 2012 and posted a 0-2 record with a 1.79 ERA in 10 starts, allowing six runs (five earned) on 18 hits and four walks, while striking out 26 in 26.1 innings of work. He suffered a partial tear in his right hamstring during the 2013 season and was out for several weeks, being limited to 28⅓ innings for Class A Greenville Drive, going 1-4 with 28 strikeouts and an ERA of 8.06.[18]

Light has developed a 90-95 mph heavy fastball which can top out at 97 mph. He also has an 85-87 mph slider, while a 79-81 mph changeup is a work in progress. He now is projected as a reliever, with great potential as a set-up man or closer. He will return to Greenville in 2014.[18]



Manuel Margot[edit]

Manuel Margot
Boston Red Sox
Center fielder
Born: (1994-09-28) September 28, 1994 (age 19)
San Cristóbal, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Manuel Margot is a Dominican center fielder who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 5' 11, 170 lb., he bats and throws right-handed.

Margot was signed by the Red Sox as an international free agent in July 2011. He spent 2012 with the DSL Red Sox and was promoted to Short A Lowell Spinners in 2013.[20]

In his season debut, Margot earned Red Sox Minor League Latin Program Player of the Year honors, after batting a slash line of .285/.382/.423 with 38 stolen bases in just 68 games. Regarded as a patient hitter, he walked more than he struck out in the DSL (36-to-25 in 260 at-bats). According to scouting report, he has plus-plus speed that he uses well on the bases, above average range and solid outfield defense, as well as the ability to hit the ball hard to all fields.[21]

Margot gained a promotion to the Lowell Spinners in 2013. He ranks 19th in the MLB.com Top 20 Boston Red Sox Prospects list.[22]


Michael Olmsted[edit]

Michael Olmsted
Boston Red Sox
Relief pitcher
Born: (1987-05-02) May 2, 1987 (age 27)
Cypress, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Michael Olmsted (born May 2, 1987) is a relief pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 6' 6", 245 lb., he bats and throws right handed.[23]

Michael Olmsted generally sits at 94-96 miles per hour with his fastball and also has a slider with tight break, showing the ability to project as a future major league reliever.[24]

Olmsted was originally signed by the New York Mets in the 9th round of the 2007 draft out of Cypress College. Following his first full season in 2008, he underwent Tommy John surgery. During his rehabilitation in 2009, the Mets released him, and he signed a contract to play in Japan with the Fukuoka Softbank Hawks in 2010. He eventually returned home to play for the NAL Chico Outlaws, being acquired by the Red Sox in May 2011.[25]

Olmsted posted a combined 2-0 record for the GCL Red Sox and Class A Greenville Drive in 2011, including a 1.39 earned run average and six saves in 21 games, giving up seven runs (five earned) on 18 hits and 10 walks, while striking out 48 in 32⅓ innings of work.[26]

He opened 2012 with Class A+ Salem Red Sox, going 0-2 with a 2.29 ERA and 61 strikeouts in 39⅓ innings, while leading the Carolina League with 16 saves and heading to the California-Carolina League All-Star Game. He then was promoted to Class AA Portland Sea Dogs and continued his dominance. In 14 games, he went 1-2 with three saves and 31 strikeouts in 20 innings, allowing five unearned runs for a perfect 0.00 ERA.[25][26]

At this point, Olmsted is making his presence and Boston could be forced to put him on its 40-man roster or risk losing him.


Henry Owens[edit]

Henry Owens
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1992-07-21) July 21, 1992 (age 21)
Huntington Beach, California
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Henry Owens (born July 21, 1992) is a pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 6' 6", 190 lb., he bats and throws left handed.[27]

Entering 2013, Owens is ranked as the best eight prospect in the Red Sox organization and ranks 77th in the MLB.com Top 100 Prospects list. He features a 91-93 mph fastball and a 77-80 mph changeup which combines with his low-70s curveball.[7] [22]

Owens was selected by the Boston Red Sox in the first round (36th overall) of the 2011 draft out of Edison High School in Huntington Beach, California.[27]

He earned the Cal-Hi Sports Mr. Baseball State Player of the Year Award in 2011, after posting a 12-1 record with a 1.15 earned run average and three saves, while striking out 140 batters in 91⅔ innings of work. He also was named a 2011 Louisville Slugger High School All-American and earned 2011 Sunset League Pitcher of the Year honors for the second consecutive year.[27]

Owens made his professional debut in 2012 with Class A Greenville Drive, sporting a 12-5 record and a 4.87 ERA in 23 games, including 130 strikeouts and 47 walks in 101⅔ innings. In addition, he finished fourth in the South Atlantic League for the most strikeouts, while tying for fourth in wins.[27]

Owens was promoted to Class A Advanced Salem Red Sox in 2013. On July 17, he struck out a season-high tying 10 in six inning, while combining with Matty Ott (two) and Matt Price (one) to deliver the first no-hitter in franchise history in a 6–0 win over the Frederick Keys.[28] Overall, he posted an 8-5 record and a 2.92 ERA over 20 starts for Salem, including a hitless streak of 19⅓ innings, gaining a promotion to Double A Portland Sea Dogs on July 31.

Upon promotion to Portland, Owens was lights-out in six starts, going 3-1 with a 1.78 ERA, striking out 46 in just 30⅓ innings. He was a Carolina League All-Star, as well as SoxProspects.com's 2013 Pitcher of the Year and made the Baseball America Minor League All-Star Team.[29]


Henry Ramos[edit]

Henry Ramos
Boston Red Sox
Outfielder
Born: (1992-04-15) April 15, 1992 (age 22)
Maunabo, Puerto Rico
Bats: Both Throws: Right

Henry Ramos (born April 15, 1992) is a Puerto Rican outfielder who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 6' 2", 220 lb., he is a switch-hitter and throws right handed.[30]

Ramos was selected in the fifth round of the 2010 draft out of Alfonso Casta Martínez High School in Maunabo, Puerto Rico. A former soccer player, he is now committed to baseball full-time as a professional, while playing at four different levels during his four years in the organization.

The 21-year-old Ramos has solid power potential and above-average speed, combined with a strong arm and the ability to play well at all three outfield positions. He spent 2013 with High-A Salem Red Sox, where he posted a line of .252/.330/.416 with 12 home runs and 11 stolen bases in 129 games, including 27 doubles, seven triples, 55 RBI and 69 runs scored.[30]

Ramos will likely start the season at Double-A Portland Sea Dogs.[30]


Travis Shaw[edit]

Travis Shaw
Boston Red Sox
First baseman
Born: (1990-04-16) April 16, 1990 (age 24)
Washington Court House, Ohio
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Travis R. Shaw (born April 16, 1990) is a first baseman who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 6' 4", 225 lb., he bats left handed and throws right handed.[31]

A slugging All-Star first baseman, Travis Shaw is the son of former major league pitcher Jeff Shaw.[32]

Shaw was selected by the Boston Red Sox in the ninth round of the 2011 draft out of Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. He batted a .307 average with a Mid-American Conference-leading 14 home runs while playing 62 games for Kent in 2011. He also posted a .553 of slugging and 51 runs batted in, being named to the first team All-MAC in 2011 and the second team in 2010.[31]

He made his professional debut in 2011 with Class A Greenville Drive, batting .333 in two games before gaining a promotion to Class A- Lowell Spinners, leading them in RBI (36) and ending second in doubles (14), home runs (8) and runs scored (34). On July 2 of that season, he set a team record for the most total bases (12) in a single game, after going 4-for-4 with a homer, three doubles and two walks, driving in five runs while scoring three times.[31]

Shaw opened 2012 with Class A+ Salem and was promoted to Double A Portland early in August, being named to the Carolina League mid-season All-Star team. He finished the year among the five best Red Sox minor leaguers, ranking second both in RBI (85) and OPS (.918), fourth in slugging (.519), and tying for second in on-base percentage (.399) and for fourth in home runs (19).[14] He returned to Portland in 2013.


José Vinicio[edit]

José Vinicio
Boston Red Sox
Shortstop
Born: (1993-07-10) July 10, 1993 (age 21)
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Bats: Both Throws: Right

José Vinicio (born July 10, 1993) is a Dominican professional shortstop who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 5-11, 150 lb., he is a switch-hitter and throws right handed.[33]

Vinicio was signed by the Red Sox as an international free agent on July 13, 2009. He debuted with the Gulf Coast League Red Sox in 2010, playing for them two seasons. In 2011 he topped the GCL in games (50), hits (52) and stolen bases (19), while ranking second in at-bats (179), third in runs scored (22) and RBIs (18) and fourth in triples (5). He also led GCL shortstops in chances (297), putouts (107), assists (161) and double plays (25), gaining a promotion to Class A- Lowell in 2012, his first year of full-season ball. He was hindered by shoulder and knee injuries and finished the year in mid-August, batting .264 and stealing 24 bases in just 71 games.[34]

He spent 2013 at Class A Greenville.[34]


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Class A-Advanced[edit]

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  • 45 William Cuevas
  • 31 Dayan Diaz
  • 26 Joe Gunkel
  • 38 Justin Haley
  • 18 Kyle Kraus
  • 35 Cody Kukuk
  • 29 Pat Light
  • 21 Corey Littrell
  • 30 Austin Maddox
  • 48 Kyle Martin
  • 17 Simon Mercedes +
  • 25 Matty Ott
  • -- Heri Quevedo +
  • 28 Nate Reed
  • 40 Kyle Stroup
  • 41 Madison Younginer

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  • 22 Carson Blair
  • 16 Leonel Escobar +
  • 24 Jordan Weems

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  • 12 Kevin Heller
  •  2 Matty Johnson
  •  5 Aneury Tavarez

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Class A[edit]

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  • 33 Mike Adams
  • 37 Jonathan Aro
  • 24 Trey Ball
  • 47 Ty Butrey +
  • 23 Jamie Callahan
  • 26 Jacob Dahlstrand
  • 31 Jason Garcia
  • 13 Sergio Gomez
  • 16 Taylor Grover
  • 17 Daniel McGrath
  • 21 Myles Smith
  • 19 Teddy Stankiewicz
  • 34 Raynel Velette

Catchers

  •  7 Carlos Coste
  • 12 Jake Romanski

Infielders

  • 20 Carlos Asuaje
  • 36 Tzu-Wei Lin
  • 28 Aneudis Peralta
  •  5 Jimmy Rider
  • 11 Wendell Rijo
  • 25 Tim Roberson

Outfielders

  • 15 Forrestt Allday +
  • 40 Zach Kapstein
  • 18 Kevin Mager
  •  2 Manuel Margot
  • 10 Kendrick Perkins
  • 35 Cole Sturgeon

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Short A[edit]

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  • 99 Mario Alcantara
  • 32 Jake Drehoff
  • 33 Willie Ethington
  • 24 Edwar Garcia
  • 35 Ryan Harris
  • 30 Ellis Jimenez
  • 13 Enfember Martinez
  • 51 Kevin McAvoy
  • 43 Simon Mercedes #
  • 29 Oscar Perez
  • 10 Randy Perez
  • 19 Carlos Pinales
  • 37 Heri Quevedo #
  • 47 Reed Reilly
  • 45 Dioscar Romero
  • 28 James Shepherd
  • 38 Brandon Show
  • 31 Rob Smorol
  • 18 German Taveras
  • 58 Karsten Whitson

Catchers

  • 23 Danny Bethea
  • 34 Jordan Procyshen
  •  3 David Sopilka
  • 20 Alixon Suarez

Infielders

  • 22 Jordan Betts
  •  7 Mauricio Dubon
  • 11 Raymel Flores
  • 21 Nick Longhi
  •  5 Deiner Lopez
  • 26 Nick Moore
  • 48 Cisco Tellez
  • 40 Sam Travis

Outfielders

  • 16 Franklin Guzman
  • 12 Bryan Hudson
  • 39 Danny Mars
  • 15 Mike Meyers

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  • 17  Noah Hall (hitting)
  • 44  Walter Miranda (pitching)
  •  2  Iggy Suarez (coach)


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  • 61 Jose Almonte
  •  6 Jalen Beeks
  • 52 Ty Buttrey #
  • 58 Jake Cosart
  •  7 Jeffry Fernandez
  • 71 Carlos Garcia
  • 24 Pat Goetze
  • 59 Keivin Heras
  • 30 Williams Jerez
  • 57 Dedgar Jimenez
  • 41 Michael Kopech
  • 28 Kuehl McEachern
  • 50 Yankory Pimentel
  • 44 Luis Ramos
  • 10 Javier Rodriguez
  • 17 K. J. Trader
  • 29 Jalen Williams

Catchers

  • -- Jon Denney ‡
  • 22 Devon Fisher
  • 15 Simon Gravel
  • 37 Alex McKeon
  • 22 Ben Moore
  •  3 Jhon Nunez
  • 62 Joseph Winterburn

Infielders

  • 23 Victor Acosta
  • 39 Michael Chavis
  • 13 Rafael Devers
  • 12 Javier Guerra
  • 18 Hector Lorenzana
  • 32 Josh Ockimey
  •  2 Rafael Oliveras
  •  5 Darwin Pena

Outfielders

  • 40 Jordon Austin
  • 36 Tyler Hill
  • 43 Trenton Kemp
  • 46 Derek Miller
  • 25 Joseph Monge

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Pitchers

  •   Yeferson Ardiles
  •   Gerson Bautista
  •   Carlos Caceres
  •   Enmanuel De Jesus
  •   Jhonathan Diaz
  •   Samir El Halaby
  •   Daniel Gonzalez
  •   Darwinzon Hernandez
  •   Shair Lacrus
  •   Marcos Lantigua
  •   Algenis Martinez
  •   Ritzi Mendoza
  •   Juan Perez
  •   Hildemaro Requena
  •   Alejandro Rodriguez
  •   Jervis Torrealba

Catchers

  •   Roldani Baldwin
  •   Isaias Lucena
  •   Samuel Miranda
  •   Pablo Urena

Infielders

  •   Luis Alejandro Basabe
  •   Luis Benoit
  •   Gerardo Carrizalez
  •   Jose Lozada
  •   Fabian Nieva
  •   Rafael Toribio
  •   Carlos Tovar

Outfielders

  •   Yoan Aybar
  •   Juan Barriento
  •   Luis Alexander Basabe
  •   Juan Hernandez
  •   Raiwinson Lameda
  •   Jesus Perez
  •   Luis Yovera

Manager

  •   Jose Zapata

Coaches

  •   Aly Gonzalez (coach)
  •   Oscar Lira (coach)
  •   Claudio Sanchez (coach)
  •   Amaury Telemaco (pitching)
  •   Wilton Veras (coach)
  •   Junior Zamora (coach)


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References[edit]

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  2. ^ Boston Red Sox prospects – Michael Almanzar report
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