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:

C. J. Chatham[edit]

C. J. Chatham
Boston Red Sox – No. 90
Shortstop
Born: (1994-12-22) December 22, 1994 (age 24)
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Connor James "C. J." Chatham (born December 22, 1994) is an American professional baseball shortstop in the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m) and 185 pounds (84 kg), he bats and throws right-handed.

Chatham was drafted 51st overall in the 2016 MLB Draft by the Boston Red Sox. He made his professional debut for the GCL Red Sox and was later promoted to the Lowell Spinners, where he hit .259/.319/.426 with four home runs in 108 at bats. In 2017, Chatham missed a majority of the season due to injury and only had 19 at bats all season.[1] He started the 2018 season with the Class A Greenville Drive, where he batted .307 in 19 games, and was promoted to the Class A-Advanced Salem Red Sox in May. Overall during 2018, Chatham appeared in 95 games, batting .314 with three home runs and 52 RBIs. He started the 2019 season with the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs,[1] and was promoted to the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox on August 13.[1]

Jake Cosart[edit]

Jake Cosart
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1994-02-11) February 11, 1994 (age 25)
Friendswood, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jake Edward Cosart (born February 11, 1994) is an American professional baseball middle relief pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m) and 175 pounds (79 kg), Cosart bats and throws right-handed. He is the younger brother of pitcher Jarred Cosart.[2]

Cosart was selected by the Red Sox in the third round of the 2014 MLB Draft out of Seminole Community College in Sanford, Florida. Undrafted as a Texas Clear Creek High School outfielder in 2012, Cosart did not play as a freshman at Duke University and was transferred to Seminole because he wanted an opportunity to pitch.[2] He made the most of that chance, showing arm strength similar to his brother Jarred, posting a record of 5–3 with a 5.34 ERA in 11 starts and two relief appearances.[2] But after working with an 88–92 mph fastball in two seasons as a professional starter, the Red Sox organization realized early on that his powering fastball would play out of the bullpen.[2]

Cosart debuted in 2014 with the rookie-level Gulf Coast League Red Sox and went 0–1 with a 2.25 ERA over 16 innings in seven starts, while holding opponents to a .132 batting average against. He then was promoted to Short Season A Lowell Spinners in 2015 and was untouchable in his New York–Penn League debut, as he struck out three and walked three over four hitless innings.[3] But he struggled the rest of the season, ending with a 2–2 record and 5.45 ERA in nine starts, striking out 27 and walking 20 in 33 innings of work.[2] Cosart subsequently recaptured the velocity he showed at Seminole and became a full-time reliever. His fastball sits at 94–97 mph and can reach 99 with some cutting action. In addition, he throws a 75–80 mph curveball and 84–86 changeup as secondary pitches.[4]

Cosart had a revival with the Class A Greenville Drive in 2016, doing a much better job of attacking hitters with his best repertoire. Through 16 games at Greenville, he posted a 4–1 record with a 2.05 ERA and three saves, while allowing 12 earned runs and 36 hits in 52⅔ innings, with 76 strikeouts, 25 walks and a .193 batting average against.[5] He represented his team in the South Atlantic League All-Star Game[6] and earned a promotion to the Class A-Advanced Salem Red Sox in August. In eight pitching appearances with Salem, he retired 56 of 75 batters he faced, allowing two runs on seven hits and 11 walks, while striking out 28 in 18 innings for a 1.00 ERA and a 50% strikeout rate. Overall during 2016, he stuck out 104 batters in 70⅔ innings.

Cosart moved to the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs in 2017.[2] At Portland, he went 5–2 with two saves and a 3.10 ERA in 38 games, striking out 52 and walking 41 in ​49 13 innings, and improving to a .163 batting average against.[2] He finished the year rated as the Red Sox's No. 25 prospect, according to MLB.com.[7] Cosart started the 2018 season with Double-A Portland, where he had an 8.41 ERA in 11 relief appearances. In late May, he was reassigned to Class A-Advanced Salem, where he make 18 relief appearances with a 3.65 ERA. In early August, Cosart was returned to Portland. Overall for the 2018 season with both teams, Cosart appeared in 37 games, all in relief, with a 5.02 ERA and a 5–3 record with five saves.[5]

Cosart started the 2019 season with Salem, and was promoted to Portland on May 23.[5] He was then placed on the injured list at the start of July, and was sent on a rehabilitation assignment with Lowell on August 13.[5]

Nick Decker[edit]

Nick Decker
Boston Red Sox
Outfielder
Born: (1999-10-02) October 2, 1999 (age 19)
Southampton, New Jersey
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Nicholas Decker (born October 2, 1999) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 6 feet 0 inches (1.83 m) and 200 pounds (91 kg), he both throws and bats left-handed.

Decker attended Seneca High School in New Jersey and was committed to play baseball on scholarship at the University of Maryland.[8] He played in the 2017 Perfect Game All American Classic, where he received a lot of exposure with draft scouts.[9] He was drafted by Boston in the second round (64th pick overall) of the 2018 MLB Draft. Rather than attending Maryland, he chose to sign with the Red Sox for a $1.25 million signing bonus.[10] Decker played briefly with the Gulf Coast League Red Sox during the 2018 season, appearing in two games and going 1-for-4 (.250) at the plate.[11] He began the 2019 season in extended spring training, then joined the Class A Short Season Lowell Spinners at the start of their season.[12][11]

Jarren Duran[edit]

Jarren Duran
Boston Red Sox
Outfielder
Born: (1996-09-05) September 5, 1996 (age 23)
Buena Park, California
Bats: Left Throws: Right

Jarren William Duran (born September 5, 1996) is an American professional baseball outfielder in the Boston Red Sox organization.

Duran attended Cypress High School in Cypress, California, then played three seasons of college baseball at California State University, Long Beach, where he was primarily a second baseman.[13] He played in the Cape Cod Baseball League in the summer of 2017, for the Wareham Gatemen.[14] He was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the seventh round of the 2018 Major League Baseball draft.[15]

Duran spent his first professional season with the Lowell Spinners and Greenville Drive, batting a combined .357 during 2018.[16][17] He started the 2019 season with the Class-A Advanced Salem Red Sox,[18][19][20] and was promoted to the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs on June 3.[21] In mid-June, Duran was added to the top 100 prospects list of Baseball America, at number 99.[22] Duran was named to the 2019 All-Star Futures Game,[23] going 1-for-2 after entering the game in the sixth inning.[24] In mid-September, Duran was named the High-A (Class-A Advanced) player of the year by Baseball America.[25]

Anyelo Gómez[edit]

Anyelo Gómez
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1993-03-01) March 1, 1993 (age 26)
Cotuí, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Anyelo Gómez (born March 1, 1993) is a Dominican professional baseball pitcher for the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m) and 185 pounds (84 kg), he bats and throws right-handed.

In 2017, pitching for the New York Yankees organization, Gómez pitched for four minor league teams, accruing a 1.92 earned run average and 87 strikeouts.[26] The Atlanta Braves selected him from the Yankees in the 2017 Rule 5 draft.[27][28] The Braves returned him to the Yankees on March 20, 2018.[29] In June 2018, Gómez underwent surgery shoulder surgery and missed the remainder of the season.[30] The Red Sox selected Gómez in the minor league phase of the Rule 5 draft after the 2018 season.[31]

Gómez was assigned to the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox for the start the 2019 season,[32] but was placed on the long-term injured list.[33] He was sent on rehabilitation assignments with the GCL Red Sox in late June, and the Class A Short Season Lowell Spinners in early July.[32] He was assigned to Lowell in late July, and was promoted to the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs on August 21.[32]

Matt Kent[edit]

Matt Kent
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1992-09-13) September 13, 1992 (age 27)
Waco, Texas
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Matthew Allen Kent (born September 13, 1992) is an American professional baseball pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League Baseball system. Listed at 6 feet 0 inches (1.83 m) and 180 pounds (82 kg), he bats and throws left-handed.[34]

The Red Sox selected Kent in the 13th round of the 2015 MLB Draft out of Texas A&M University, where he pitched for the Texas Aggies and improved gradually each season. In 2015, he went 9–1 with a 2.76 earned run average in 98 innings pitched,[35] leading the team in innings and K/BB ratio (7.0), while posting the lowest ERA of any A&M pitcher to collect at least 55 innings.[36] Likewise, Kent played three collegiate summers with the Rochester Honkers of the Northwoods League. In the 2015 season, he was named Northwoods League co-pitcher of the year and ranked fourth on the league's top 200 prospects,[36] after going 3–3 with a 2.09 ERA and 69 strikeouts in ​77 23 innings.[35]

Kent uses a three-quarters arm slot and has a repeatable delivery, and even though his fastball is clocked consistently at 84–88 mph, he attacks the strike zone efficiently to produce swing and miss offerings. His fastball is followed by a slider at 78–82 mph, as well as a solid changeup with fade at 76–80 mph.[34]

The left-hander made a promising debut with the Class A Short Season Lowell Spinners in 2015, as he went 7–1 with a 1.86 ERA and one save in 14 long relief appearances, striking out 35 and giving up 10 walks in ​48 13 innings of work.[36]

Kent earned a promotion to the Class A Greenville Drive in 2016, where he settled into a starter's role for the rest of the year. As a result, Kent allowed a 1.50 ERA with a 1.08 WHIP in over two starts and 12 innings for Greenville before joining the Class A-Advanced Salem Red Sox a few days later.[36] At Salem, Kent tossed 156 innings, going 10–7 with a 3.69 ERA and striking out 120 against 33 walks. He also produced quality starts in 22 of his 26 assignments,[36] including a complete game and the most innings pitched in the Carolina League.[37] After that, he started the decisive Game 3 for Salem in the Carolina League South Division Championship Series, which was won by the Myrtle Beach Pelicans, 2–1. Kent, who did not factor in the decision, was dominant in ​6 23 scoreless innings for the Sox, scattering four hits while not walking a batter and striking out five.[38] Overall, Kent compiled a record of 10–7 with a 3.54 ERA in 28 starts, striking out 125 batters while walking 37 in 168 innings. Moreover, he led all Red Sox minor league pitchers in starts, innings, and least home runs allowed (4), while ending fourth in wins, ERA and strikeouts.[39]

Kent spent the 2017 season with Salem, appearing in 28 games (all starts) while compiling a 7–7 record with 4.23 ERA, 142 strikeouts, and 38 walks in 164 innings pitched.[36] Kent started the 2018 season with the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs. He was sent to the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox for one start in late July, a no decision, and then returned to Portland. Overall during 2018 with both teams, Kent appeared in 28 games (24 starts) while compiling an 11–8 record with a 3.69 ERA.[36]

Kent started the 2019 season with Portland, and spent three stints with Pawtucket (most of May, three days in early June, and one day in mid-July).[36]

Bryan Mata[edit]

Bryan Mata
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1999-05-03) May 3, 1999 (age 20)
Maracay, Venezuela
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Bryan Eduardo Mata (born May 3, 1999) is a Venezuelan professional baseball pitcher in the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 6 feet 3 inches (1.91 m) and 160 pounds (73 kg), he bats and throws right-handed.

Mata signed with the Boston Red Sox as an international free agent in January 2016 for a $25,000 signing bonus.[40] He made his professional debut that summer for the DSL Red Sox and spent all the whole season there, compiling a 4–4 record, a 2.80 ERA, and a 1.20 WHIP in 14 games started. In 2017, he played for the Class A Greenville Drive where he posted a 5–6 record with a 3.74 ERA in 17 starts.[41]

MLB.com ranked Mata as Boston's fourth best prospect going into the 2018 season.[42] Playing for the Class A-Advanced Salem Red Sox, Mata was the sole Boston prospect selected to the 2018 All-Star Futures Game,[43] where he pitched an inning of scoreless relief, allowing one hit while walking one and striking out one.[44] In 17 starts for Salem, Mata was 6–3 with a 3.50 ERA and a 1.61 WHIP.[41]

Mata started the 2019 season with Salem,[41] and was promoted to the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs in July 1.[45]

Roniel Raudes[edit]

Roniel Raudes
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1998-01-16) January 16, 1998 (age 21)
Granada, Nicaragua
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Roniel Antonio Raudes Meza (born January 16, 1998) is a Nicaraguan professional baseball pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League Baseball system. Listed at 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m) and 160 pounds (73 kg), he bats and throws right-handed.[46]

The Red Sox selected Raudes in the 2014 MLB International Draft, signing him a bonus of $250,000.[46] Raudes throws an 89–91 mph (143–146 km/h) fastball with a maximum speed of 93 mph (150 km/h). According to Red Sox scouts, he should throw harder once he adds some muscle to his skinny frame and physically matures without losing much athleticism.[47] He also has a pair of promising secondary pitches, with his downer curveball at 74–76 mph (119–122 km/h) presently ranking ahead of his fading 82–84 mph (132–135 km/h) changeup.[46] Raudes has been known to use an unorthodox pitching delivery motion.[48]

Aside from Anderson Espinoza, Raudes had the best season of any Red Sox minor league pitcher in 2015. Only 17 years old, Raudes led the rookie-level Dominican Summer League with a very significant strikeout-to-walk ratio (63-to-3) in ​53 23 innings, which he concluded with a 3–0 record in four rookie-level Gulf Coast League starts, while allowing two earned runs for a 0.90 ERA in 20 innings. He was selected to the DSL All-Star Team and also was ranked by Baseball America as the Red Sox' number 24 prospect after the season.[49]

In 2016, Raudes joined the Class A Short Season Greenville Drive, where he posted an 8–2 record with a 3.78 ERA in his first 14 starts and represented his team in the South Atlantic League All-Star Game.[50] His first career highlight came on August 18, when he shut out the Kannapolis Intimidators, 2–0, completing seven innings in the longest start of his professional career, striking out four batters while only allowing four hits and one walk.[51] Overall, Raudes went 11–6 with a 3.65 ERA and 1.19 WHIP in 24 starts, with 104 strikeouts and 23 walks in ​113 13 innings. He finished third in wins in the Red Sox minor league system while posting the sixth-best ERA among starters.[39] At 18, Raudes showed consistency in Greenville as the youngest pitcher in the league, as he had a chance to emerge as a mid-rotation starter as he matures physically and mentally.[52]

Raudes spent 2017 with the Class A-Advanced Salem Red Sox, where he pitched to a 4–7 record and 4.50 ERA in 23 games started.[53] He finished the year rated as the Red Sox' number 12 prospect, according to MLB.com.[7] Raudes also spent the 2018 season with Salem, recording a 2–5 record in 11 games (all starts) with a 3.67 ERA; he spent approximately four months on the disabled list.[53] Raudes underwent Tommy John surgery in January 2019, and is expected to miss the entire 2019 season.[46]

Denyi Reyes[edit]

Denyi Reyes
Boston Red Sox – No. 79
Pitcher
Born: (1996-11-02) November 2, 1996 (age 22)
San Cristobal, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Denyi Reyes (born November 2, 1996) is a Dominican professional baseball pitcher in the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m) and 209 pounds (95 kg), he bats and throws right-handed.

Reyes signed with the Boston Red Sox as an international free agent in July 2014.[54] He made his professional debut in 2015 with the Dominican Summer League Red Sox, compiling a 7–1 record with 2.88 ERA in 15 games. In 2016, Reyes played for the rookie level Gulf Coast League Red Sox, appearing in nine games with a 4–1 record and 2.34 ERA. With the Class A Short Season Lowell Spinners in 2017, he had a 9–0 record with 1.45 ERA in 15 games. In 2018, Reyes played for both the Class A Greenville Drive and the Class A-Advanced Salem Red Sox; in a total of 27 games, he recorded a 1.97 ERA and a 12–5 record.

The Red Sox added Reyes to their 40-man roster after the 2018 season.[55] He began the 2019 season with the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs.

Teddy Stankiewicz[edit]

Teddy Stankiewicz
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1993-11-25) November 25, 1993 (age 25)
Keller, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Theodore J. Stankiewicz (born November 25, 1993) is an American professional baseball starting pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m) and 215 pounds (98 kg), he bats and throws right-handed.[56]

Stankiewicz was originally selected by the New York Mets in the second round of the 2012 MLB Draft, but did not sign. He then was selected by the Sox in the second round of the 2013 draft out of Seminole State College in Oklahoma. He signed and played for the Low-A Lowell Spinners, ending with a 2.29 earned run average in three starts.[56]

In early February 2014, Stankiewicz, in an attempt to pass an SUV on US Highway 377 near Bowlegs, Oklahoma, in Seminole County, swerved into the left lane, hitting an oncoming car; the car's driver died at the scene.[57] Stankiewicz was treated and released at a local hospital, while the SUV's driver was not injured.[58]

Stankiewicz spent the 2014 season with the Class A Greenville Drive, where he posted an 11–8 record with a 3.85 ERA in 34 starts, striking out 102 batters and walking 29 in 160⅓ innings of work, leading the Drive rotation in starts, wins, ERA, strikeouts, innings, SO/W (3.52) and WHIP (1.21). He was named South Atlantic League Pitcher of the Week during the period of June 9–15.[56] He then joined the Class A-Advanced Salem Red Sox in 2015, going 5–11 with a 4.01 in 25 starts, including a complete game shutout along with 77 strikeouts and 32 walks in 141⅓ innings.

Stankiewicz made his next step up the ladder to the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs in 2016. On August 2, he pitched the first complete-game one-hitter in Sea Dogs history, while striking out seven and did not issue a walk en route to a 3–0 shutout over the Erie SeaWolves. Perfect during 5⅓ innings, Stankiewicz allowed a single to Grayson Greiner before retiring the next 11 batters in a row.[59] Stankiewicz closed his season with six innings of shutout ball, allowing four hits and no walks while striking out eight batters. He picked up the win, improving to 5–9 with a 4.71 ERA and 1.33 WHIP in 25 starts, including 97 strikeouts and 39 walks in 135 innings.[56]

Stankiewicz returned to Double-A Portland in 2017 and spent the whole season there, compiling a 5–6 record and 5.03 ERA in 25 games (23 starts).[60] Stankiewicz started 2018 with Double-A Portland. He made one appearance in June with the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox, allowing six runs on seven hits in two innings of work. Overall during the 2018 seasons with both teams, Stankiewicz made 26 appearances (20 starts) while compiling an 8–14 record with a 4.97 ERA.[60]

Stankiewicz started with 2019 season with Triple-A Pawtucket.[60]

Cole Sturgeon[edit]

Cole Sturgeon
Boston Red Sox – No. 88
Outfielder
Born: (1991-09-17) September 17, 1991 (age 27)
Owensboro, Kentucky
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Cole Michael Sturgeon (born September 17, 1991) is an American professional baseball outfielder who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at 6 feet 0 inches (1.83 m) and 180 pounds (82 kg), he bats and throws left-handed.[61]

The Red Sox selected Sturgeon out of the University of Louisville in Kentucky, for their 29th pick in the 10th round of the 2014 MLB Draft. A two-way player for the Louisville Cardinals, Sturgeon was a two-time All-State selection and two-time Region Player of the Year and four-time Academic All-State. Additionally, he earned honors twice as All A State Tournament Most Outstanding Player during his preparatory career at Owensboro High School.[62]

Sturgeon hit .325 and slugged .468 in 63 games as a senior at Louisville, including two home runs, 31 RBIs, 18 stolen bases and a .410 OBP. He also posted a 3–0 record and a 2.06 ERA in 24 pitching appearances, striking out 35 batters in 34 innings of work. Previously, he was the leadoff hitter in 50 of 51 games for the Wareham Gatemen and was a key ingredient as the club won the wooden-bat Cape Cod Baseball League title in 2012. Sturgeon batted .307 with six home runs, 19 RBIs, 43 runs scored, 11 doubles and two triples in 50 total games with Wareham (regular season and playoffs combined), while going 2–0 with a 3.18 ERA and one save in eight relief appearances, including 11 strikeouts in ​11 13 innings.[61]

Sturgeon debuted professionally with the Short-Season A Lowell Spinners in June 2014, posting a .276/.300/.414 slash line in seven games before being promoted to the Low-A Greenville Drive on July 7. He hit .284 in 48 games for the Drive, ending with a .283 average, 10 doubles, two home runs, 31 runs, and 30 RBIs in the two stints. He showed his versatility by being able to play all three outfield positions, and saw most of his playing time in center field and right field.[61]

Sturgeon opened 2015 with the Class A-Advanced Salem Red Sox, earning a promotion to the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs in the midseason. On July 3, Sturgeon had his first pitching appearance as a professional with three scoreless innings of relief for Portland, earning the win and scoring the winning run, to give the Sea Dogs a 16-inning walk-off victory after five hours and nine minutes of action. With his effort, Sturgeon became the 15th position player in the franchise's 22-year history to also pitch in a game, as well as the third to earn a win while doing so.[63] The steady oufielder hit a .245/.285/.333 line and collected a .974 fielding percentage in 104 games between Salem and Portland, competing at four levels in less than two years.[61]

In 2016, Sturgeon started the season by playing two games with the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox before being assigned to Portland. In 117 games for the Sea Dogs, Sturgeon slashed .267/.312/.370 with 40 RBIs and 36 runs scored. He committed just six errors in 273 chances while playing all outfield positions and posted a .985 fielding percentage overall.[61] Sturgeon spent the 2017 season with Double-A Portland, where he batted .264 with six home runs and 52 RBIs in 118 games played.[64] He opened the 2018 season with Double-A Portland, where he batted .365 with six home runs and 18 RBIs in 31 games. In mid-May, he was promoted to Triple-A Pawtucket, where he appeared in 67 games, batting .214 with three home runs and 20 RBIs.[64]

Sturgeon started the 2019 season with Triple-A Pawtucket.[64]

Thad Ward[edit]

Thad Ward
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1997-01-16) January 16, 1997 (age 22)
Fort Myers, Florida
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Thaddeus J. Ward (born January 16, 1997) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Boston Red Sox organization.

Ward attended Bishop Verot High School in Fort Myers, Florida and played college baseball at the University of Central Florida.[65] He was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the fifth round of the 2018 Major League Baseball draft.[66][67]

Ward made his professional debut with the Lowell Spinners. He spent 2019 with the Greenville Drive and Salem Red Sox.[68][69][70]

Tom Windle[edit]

Tom Windle
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1992-03-10) March 10, 1992 (age 27)
Maple Grove, Minnesota
Bats: Left Throws: Left

Thomas Joseph Windle (born March 10, 1992) is an American professional baseball pitcher for the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m) and 215 pounds (98 kg), he bats and throws left-handed.

Windle attended Osseo Senior High School in Osseo, Minnesota.[71] After his senior season, Windle was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 28th round of the 2010 MLB draft.[72] He did not sign, and played college baseball at the University of Minnesota for the Gophers from 2011 to 2013. In three years, he appeared in 51 games with 20 starts and had a 2.26 earned run average (ERA).

Windle was then drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the second round of the 2013 MLB draft.[73][74] He signed with the Dodgers and spent 2013 with the Class A Great Lakes Loons,[75] where he was 5–1 with a 2.68 ERA in 13 games (12 starts). In 2014, he pitched for the Class A-Advanced Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, posting a 12–8 record, 4.26 ERA, and 1.37 ERA in 26 games (25 starts).

On December 19, 2014, Windle and Zach Eflin were traded to the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for Jimmy Rollins.[76] Philadelphia assigned him to the Double-A Reading Fightin Phils and he spent the whole 2015 season there, compiling a 4–5 record and 4.35 ERA in 97.1 innings. He spent 2016 with both the Class A-Advanced Clearwater Threshers, where he went 0–1 with a 4.09 ERA in 14 relief appearances, and Reading, where he pitched to a 1–1 record and 5.68 ERA in 25 appearances out of the bullpen.

Windle spent 2017 back with Reading where he compiled a 3–2 record, 4.24 ERA, and 1.14 WHIP in 36 games.[77] In 2018 with the Triple-A Lehigh Valley IronPigs, he was 9–4 with six saves and a 4.17 ERA, and 52 strikeouts in 54 innings.[77]

In 2019, Windle appeared in 42 games with Lehigh Valley, compiling a 7–2 record with 4.26 ERA, until being released on August 10.[77] He signed with the Boston Red Sox organization on August 26, and was assigned to the Class A Short Season Lowell Spinners.[77]

Jantzen Witte[edit]

Jantzen Witte
Boston Red Sox
Infielder
Born: (1990-01-04) January 4, 1990 (age 29)
Fort Worth, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right

Jantzen Connery Witte (born January 4, 1990) is an American professional baseball corner infielder who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m) and 195 pounds (88 kg), he bats and throws right-handed.[78]

Witte, who started playing baseball at three years old, also played tennis from when he was six until his freshman year of high school. As a result, he has been described as possessing an unusual swing that is a byproduct of his tennis background.[79] At the field, he has a solid-average defensive profile and good glove work at both first base and third base.

The Red Sox selected Witte in the 24th round of the 2013 MLB Draft out of Texas Christian University, where he played four seasons for the TCU Horned Frogs baseball squad during 2010–2013.[78] During this period, he was a member of three TCU conference champion teams and a tournament championship title. In 2012, he earned Academic All-Mountain West and second-team All-Conference honors.[78] In 2013, he was named Big 12 co-scholar Athlete of the Year, second-Team All-Big 12, and first-team Academic All-Big 12 as a senior, after starting all 57 of the Horned Frogs' games,[80] hitting .293 (61-for-208) with 15 doubles, two triples, three home runs, and 34 RBI.[78]

In his 2013 professional debut season, Witte hit a combined .168 batting average in 33 games for the rookie class GCL Red Sox and the Class A Short Season Lowell Spinners.[80] He improved considerably with the Class A Greenville Drive in 2014, hitting a .330/.418/.554 slash line with a .972 OPS in 65 games, earning a selection to the South Atlantic League All-Star team.[78] He finished the year with the Class A-Advanced Salem Red Sox, where he slashed .296/.340/.451 in 65 games.[80]

In 2015, Witte slashed .283/.363/.414 for the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs in 85 games,[80] and was named to the Eastern League All-Star team.[78] Witte opened 2016 at Portland, where he appeared in 11 games, batting .359 with two home runs and seven RBIs. He was promoted to the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox in April, where he hit .258 with two home runs and 25 RBIs in 100 regular season games.[80]

Witte again played for Pawtucket in 2017, batting .242 with three home runs and 24 RBIs in 80 games played;[80] he missed nearly four weeks starting in late July due to a strained left calf. Witte spent time during 2018 with both Portland and Pawtucket, appearing in a total of 104 games while batting .270 with 12 home runs and 63 RBIs.[80]

Witte started 2019 with Portland, then was assigned to Pawtucket in mid-April.[80]

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  • 31 Jhonathan Diaz
  • 35 Rio Gomez
  • 47 Daniel Gonzalez
  • 36 Dominic LoBrutto
  • 29 Joan Martinez
  • 33 Andrew Politi
  • 41 Zach Schellenger
  • 26 Andrew Schwaab
  • 22 Dylan Thompson
  • 44 Jake Thompson Injury icon 2.svg
  • 14 Thad Ward

Catchers

  • -- Roldani Baldwin Injury icon 2.svg(60-day)
  • 25 Kole Cottam
  •  1 Elih Marrero
  • 20 Nick Sciortino Injury icon 2.svg

Infielders

  •  5 Garrett Benge
  • 28 Pedro Castellanos Injury icon 2.svg
  • 30 Jerry Downs
  • 19 Ryan Fitzgerald
  • 39 Devlin Granberg
  • 10 Tanner Nishioka
  • 17 Michael Osinski
  •  4 Grant Williams

Outfielders

  • 24 Victor Acosta
  • 12 Edgar Corcino Injury icon 2.svg
  •  3 Keith Curcio
  • -- Joseph Monge Injury icon 2.svg
  •  9 Jagger Rusconi


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Class A[edit]

Greenville Drive roster
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Pitchers

  • 23 Robbie Baker
  • 44 Brayan Bello
  • -- Connor Berry Injury icon 2.svg
  • 40 Kevin Biondic
  • 48 Alex Demchak
  • 50 Devon Fisher
  • -- Jay Groome Injury icon 2.svg
  • 20 Hunter Haworth
  • -- Richardson Jimenez Injury icon 2.svg
  •  7 Oddanier Mosqueda
  • 22 Brendan Nail
  • 33 Angel Padron
  • 19 Yorvin Pantoja
  • 37 Hildemaro Requena
  • 18 Alex Scherff
  • 12 Chase Shugart

Catchers

  • 16 Alan Marrero Injury icon 2.svg
  • 21 Samuel Miranda
  • 17 Oscar Rangel
  • -- Kleiber Rodriguez Injury icon 2.svg

Infielders

  • 31 Korby Batesole
  • 38 Triston Casas
  • 21 Ricardo Cubillan Injury icon 2.svg
  • 35 Brandon Howlett
  • 36 Everlouis Lozada
  • 29 Jonathan Ortega
  •  4 Kervin Suarez

Outfielders

  • -- Trey Ball Injury icon 2.svg
  • 10 Cole Brannen
  • 24 Tyler Dearden
  • 25 Tyler Esplin
  •  3 Jordan Wren


Manager

  •  2 Iggy Suarez

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Class A Short Season[edit]

Lowell Spinners roster
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Pitchers

  • 49 Brendan Cellucci
  • 36 Jake Cosart
  • 61 Osvaldo De La Rosa
  • 17 Ryan Fernandez
  • 43 Kris Jackson
  • -- Francisco Lopez-Soto double-dagger
  • 40 Bryan Lucas
  • -- Chris Machamer
  • 58 Joan Martinez
  • 28 Chris Murphy
  • 16 Yusniel Padron-Artilles
  • -- Juan Perez double-dagger
  • 22 Aldo Ramirez
  • 35 Kelvin Sanchez
  • 31 Yasel Santana
  • 20 Cody Scroggins
  • 46 Noah Song
  • 44 Dylan Spacke
  • 60 Miguel Suero
  • 39 Tom Windle
  • 41 Ryan Zeferjahn

Catchers

  • 29 Jonathan Diaz
  • 15 Jaxx Groshans
  • -- Alberto Schmidt double-dagger

Infielders

  •  7 Jecorrah Arnold
  • 50 Cameron Cannon
  • 55 Joe Davis
  • 57 Alex Erro
  • 19 Antoni Flores
  • 11 Xavier LeGrant
  • 24 Nicholas Northcut
  •  2 Keibert Petit

Outfielders

  • 59 Luke Bandy
  • 13 Marino Campana
  • 18 Wil Dalton
  • 21 Nick Decker
  • 32 Gilberto Jimenez
  • 38 Stephen Scott


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Rookie[edit]

Gulf Coast League Red Sox roster
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Pitchers

  • 49 Brock Bell
  • 38 Bradley Blalock
  • 71 Jack Bowins Injury icon 2.svg(60-day)
  • 29 Felix Cepeda
  • 67 Mason Duke
  • 30 Jay Groome #
  • 18 Yoelvis Guedez
  • 61 Reed Harrington
  • 55 Eddie Jimenez
  • 62 Jose Larez
  • 31 Blake Loubier
  • 35 Alexander Montero
  • 54 Aaron Perry
  • 51 Gregorio Reyes
  • 25 Jorge Rodriguez
  • 59 Devon Roedahl
  • 50 Zach Schneider
  • 53 Casey Sutherland
  • 60 Brandon Walter

Catchers

  • 40 Roldani Baldwin #
  • 12 Jacob Herbert
  • 19 Breiner Licona
  • 58 Justin Qiang

Infielders

  • 48 Daniel Bakst
  • -- Marco Cardoso double-dagger
  •  2 Andre Colon
  • 64 Dominic D'Alessandro
  • 46 Matthew Lugo
  •  5 Ceddanne Rafaela
  • 24 Nilo Rijo
  • 17 Karson Simas

Outfielders

  • 44 Fabian Andrade
  • 15 Trenton Kent #
  • 22 Angel Maita
  • 52 Dean Miller
  • 23 Leon Paulino
  • 10 Brandon Perez
  •  3 Caleb Ramsey


Manager

Coaches

  • 13 Ángel Berroa
  • 66 Miguel Bonilla (pitching)
  • 47 Mickey Jiang (coach/interpreter)
  • 32 Dick Such
  • 36 Junior Zamora (hitting)


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Foreign Rookie[edit]

Dominican Summer League Red Sox 1 roster
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Pitchers

  • 54 Angel Bastardo
  • 38 Royman Blanco
  • -- Gary Calvo double-dagger
  • 20 Moises Castellanos
  • 51 Wilkelman Gonzalez
  • 50 Adrian Hernandez
  • 67 Gabriel Jackson
  • 10 Johan Martinez
  • 24 Robinson Montero
  • 60 Nixson Munoz
  • 52 Claudio Ochoa
  • 43 Isaias Ozoria
  • 37 Isaac Pinales
  • 30 Beiker Pineda
  • 71 Jesus Rosillo
  • 61 Cristofe Tineo
  • -- Michael Valera
  • 46 Carlos Velez

Catchers

  • 28 Erick Flores
  • 35 Yorberto Mejicano
  • 64 Andy Pena
  • 36 Miguel Rojas

Infielders

  • 31 Alixandri Alvarez
  •  5 Brainer Bonaci
  • 39 Imanol Contreras
  •  2 Eddinson Paulino
  • 55 Brandon Rincones
  • 13 Carlos Sanchez
  • 18 Wilker Vargas
  • 63 Alex Zapete

Outfielders

  • 48 Nelfy Abreu
  • 22 Darel Belen
  • 19 Albert Feliz
  • 23 Eduardo Lopez
  • 12 Eduardo Vaughan


Manager

  •   Ozzie Chavez

Coaches

  •   Carlos Adolfo (hitting)
  •   Oscar Lira (pitching)
  •   Leonel Vásquez (bullpen)


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  • 36 Armando Acosta
  • 53 Efren Diaz
  • 25 Juan Daniel Encarnacion
  • 71 Felix Gomez
  • 41 Faysel Gregorio
  • 20 Emerson Ortiz
  • 48 Andres Ortuno
  • 47 Robinson Parra
  • 32 Railin Perez
  • 68 Jose Ramirez
  • 60 Carlos Reyes
  • 64 Frailyn Sanchez
  • 15 Gregori Segovia
  •  5 Reidis Sena
  • 63 Luis Talavera
  • 49 Irvin Villarroel

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  • 43 Andres Gari
  • 39 Naysbel Marcano
  • 18 Jose Navas

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  • -- Frank Astacio
  • 24 Gregori Custodio
  • 56 Denny Daza
  • -- Danny Diaz
  • 16 Axel James
  • 31 Luis Mota
  • 46 Wilmer Perez
  • 52 Juan Rojas
  • 30 Angeudis Santos

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  • 58 Moises Barajas
  • 10 Bryan Gonzalez
  • 51 Jesus Maita
  • 65 Jesus Marrero
  • 35 Henry Morales
  • 22 Giancarlos Santana

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