As a team that has done a very good job developing players, the Sox can expect to see several of these prospects make an impact on the MLB level in the near future.
With four of the five pitchers in the starting rotation having been drafted and developed by the team, the Sox will look to replicate this track record of success and find their next wave of talent this year. They will be selecting 24th, 31st and 37th overall, so there will be several opportunities to get an impact arm (or two) early on.
While the Sox have traditionally gone the college route with their pitchers, there are also several talented high school players available that the team will be monitoring. Here are 10 pitchers that the Sox should consider taking in the early rounds of the 2012 MLB draft: