Boston Red Sox 60-Man Roster Prospect Analysis

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ROSTER (Editor’s Note: This post has been updated to include all moves through Aug. 30).

Yoan Aybar
Matt Barnes
Seth Blair
Ryan Brasier
Colten Brewer
Austin Brice
Dylan Covey
Nate Eovaldi
Stephen Gonsalves
Zack Godley
Jay Groome
Matt Hall
Kyle Hart
Darwinzon Hernandez
Tanner Houck
Mike Kickham
Robinson Leyer
Bryan Mata
Chris Mazza
Josh Osich
Martin Perez
Nick Pivetta
Connor Seabold
Caleb Simpson
Jeffrey Springs
Robert Stock
Domingo Tapia
Josh Taylor
Andrew Triggs
Phillips Valdez
Marcus Walden
Ryan Weber
Jett Bandy
Juan Centeno
Jonathan Lucroy
Jhonny Pereda
Kevin Plawecki
Christian Vazquez
Connor Wong
Jonathan Arauz
Christian Arroyo
Xander Bogaerts
Triston Casas
C.J. Chatham
Michael Chavis
Bobby Dalbec
Rafael Devers
Jeter Downs
Marco Hernandez
Tzu-Wei Lin
Yairo Munoz
Josh Ockimey
Jose Peraza
Hudson Potts
Andrew Benintendi
Jackie Bradley Jr.
Jarren Duran
J.D. Martinez
Kevin Pillar
Cesar Puello
Jeisson Rosario
Alex Verdugo
Marcus Wilson


After initially going with a veteran-laden roster, the Red Sox have upped their pools prospect power after the first half of the season. Now, the group includes the club’s six top prospects—including big-bopping infielders Triston Casas and Bobby Dalbec (who socked a home run in his big league debut on Aug. 30) and No. 8 prospect LHP Jay Groome, who badly could have used a normal minor league season. The pool also includes RHP Tanner Houck and No. 17 prospect C Connor Wong.


The Red Sox dealt closer Brandon Workman to the Phillies and received RHP Nick Pivetta and prospect Connor Seabold in exchange. The team also dealt 1B Mitch Moreland to the Padres for a pair of prospects—3B Hudson Potts and OF Jeisson Rosario

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