There's a new name atop the Boston Red Sox's top-10 prospects lists, and it has nothing to do with last week's draft.
To be sure, the Red Sox added some very talented players to their system last week. Infielder Michael Chavis and right-handed pitcher Michael Kopech won't make an appearance on this list just yet, and first baseman Sam Travis is a bit too far off as well.
But after weeks and weeks of staying strong and maintaining that Garin Cecchini is the best prospect in the team's system, I have relented, and Mookie Betts now reigns supreme. I still love Cecchini, but Betts is younger, at the same level as Cecchini and plays a premium defensive position. I had to make the switch.
Regardless of how you order the Red Sox's top prospects, they've had a pretty good week as a whole, providing some stark contrast to the major league team's struggles.
Players who have exceeded 130 PA or 50 innings pitched in the majors are not eligible for these rankings. All stats as of June 7, 2014.