Boston Red Sox: 5 Prospects Who Will Make Majors in 2012

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Boston Red Sox: 5 Prospects Who Will Make Majors in 2012
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With the Red Sox winding down spring training and with the onset of the regular season, it is time to evaluate Boston's prospects to see which ones will make it to the majors this year.

There were some surprises this spring, including the emergance of Felix Doubront as a potential starter, and then there were some prospects who showed nothing new, like Jose Inglesias and his inability to provide any kind of offense.

However, the Red Sox will use their core group of players (Jacoby Ellsbury, David Ortiz, Dustin Pedroia and Kevin Youkilis) to bolster one of the best offenses in the country. These players will be supported by their farm system and when given the chance, the young Red Sox players will show management what they can do. 

These players listed will make the Red Sox roster during the 2012 season.

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