Yoan Moncada's clearly been Boston's best prospect in the first half
In recognition of a rare opportunity, the Sox pounced on Jason Groome
Boston believed in Josh Ockimey but couldn't have envisioned his dominant start
For Blake Swihart, the long-term goal remains unaltered.
The Red Sox saw a lot they liked from Teddy Stankiewicz.
Anderson Espinoza believes the Futures Game and a promotion are within his grasp
Yoan Moncada hopes to follow an unusual development path
The Red Sox added Hernandez to the 40-man roster in November.
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