Triston Casas: Red Sox 2019 Minor League Player Of The Year
The 2018 first-rounder out of high school altered his stance to unlock his all-fields power in the South Atlantic League.
Thad Ward Transitions Well To Starting
Mostly a reliever in college, Ward has become one of the better starting pitching prospects in the Red Sox's farm system.
Bryan Mata Bouncing Back Strong In 2019
The 20-year-old righthander could have the highest ceiling of any starting pitching prospect in the Red Sox organization.
Red Sox See A Lot To Like In Gilberto Jimenez
Unsung as an amateur, Jimenez has shown game aptitude that hints at significant growth potential.
Marcus Walden Rediscovers His Love Of The Slider
The 30-year-old rookie could carve out a large role in the big league bullpen after expanding his repertoire.
Jarren Duran Displays Increased Versatility
A college second baseman without much power, Duran is now an outfielder making more impact at the plate.
C.J. Chatham Looks To Build On Healthy 2018
The shortstop showed steady defensive actions and feel to hit in the Carolina League last year after a lost 2017 season.
Travis Lakins Thrives In New Relief Role
An elbow injury derailed Lakins in 2016 and 2017, but a move to the bullpen in 2018 helped his stuff play up in the upper minors.
Antoni Flores Fills A Void In Boston's System
Once, the Red Sox were flush with up-the-middle prospects. While that well has largely dried up, a 17-year-old Venezuelan shortstop could change that.
Denyi Reyes' Unique Style Gets Results
Reyes lacks big-time velocity but has survival skills that might have been attractive in the Rule 5 draft had the Red Sox not protected him.