Two months into the regular season, The Boston Red Sox sit atop the American League East, with a fairly surprising 33-21 record. The impressive play in the early part of 2013 may just be a sign of good things to come for the Red Sox.
In addition to a great Boston major league team, the Boston farm system is cultivating many promising prospects. Baseball America’s Jim Callis ranked Boston’s farm system as the fifth-best in the majors entering the 2013 season. The up-and-comers have done nothing to discredit his ranking.
From starting pitchers to shortstops, the Red Sox are developing great prospects all over the field.
Click through for a stock update on the Red Sox’s top 10 prospects for Week 8 of the 2013 season.
The following players were the top-10 ranked prospects entering the season according to Baseball America.
Due to the fantastic play of starting-pitcher Anthony Ranaudo, he has replaced shortstop Devin Marrero, who was ranked No. 10 last week.