Stock Up, Stock Down for Red Sox's Top 10 Prospects After Week 7

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Stock Up, Stock Down for Red Sox's Top 10 Prospects After Week 7
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The Boston Red Sox are three games under .500 and in fourth place in the AL East. It could be time for the front office to shake up the roster, and any such shakeup could involve several of Boston's talented prospects in the upper minors.

We’ve spoken for weeks about how players like Garin Cecchini, Allen Webster, Brandon Workman and Christian Vazquez could be in line for MLB playing time in 2014. The longer the Red Sox struggle at the plate and on the mound, the better the chances of one or more of those prospects seeing time soon.

Which prospects have put themselves in a better position moving forward, and who has hurt his chances at getting a shot in the majors this year? Let's take a look in our Week 7 prospect stock report.

Players who have exceeded 130 PA or 50 innings pitched in the majors are not eligible for these rankings.

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