The Boston Red Sox have had a trying May (9-9) after a red-hot April (18-8).
While the Red Sox try to figure out who they truly are this season, they have a number of minor league prospects whose stock is being closely monitored because of their importance to the future.
The organization is deeply invested in player development and loaded with a variety of prospects. Baseball America’s Jim Callis even ranked Boston’s farm system as the fifth-best in the majors entering the 2013 season. So far, the young players have done nothing to waste such high praise.
The Red Sox have already had several prospects play at the major league level this season and could have more before the year is over.
Click through for a stock update on the Red Sox’s top 10 prospects for Week 7 of the 2013 season.
The following players are the top-10 ranked prospects according to Baseball America.