The Boston Red Sox are deeply invested in player development and flush with a variety of young players who could be seen at Fenway Park in the coming years.
In addition to the bigger names, the team has many secondary prospects who are working to improve their stock this season.
Baseball America’s Jim Callis ranked Boston’s farm system as the fifth-best in the majors entering this season, which is indicative of the depth the team has throughout the organizaton.
Just because a player doesn’t start off on the top of prospect lists doesn’t prohibit their future development. There are many youngsters in the Boston system who are just starting to make names for themselves and should be closely watched by the organization and fans.
Click through for a 2013 season update on the best of the Red Sox’s secondary prospects.