Stock Up, Stock Down for Boston Red Sox's Top 10 Prospects After Week 19

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Stock Up, Stock Down for Boston Red Sox's Top 10 Prospects After Week 19
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As the Boston Red Sox continue to play out the 2014 season, there's ample opportunity for playing time among prospects and young players. Rookies comprise a third of the starting lineup and two-fifths of the rotation, and many other youngsters are champing at the bit in Triple-A, waiting for their next shot at MLB glory.

But because the Red Sox decided to reload with MLB talent rather than rebuild with prospects at the deadline, there's not room for everyone on the current MLB roster. That makes each prospect's or post-prospect's performance key, as hitters are a few bad games away from riding the bench and starters are one poor start away from being skipped in the rotation.

To that end, let's take stock of how Boston's best remaining prospects have performed over the past week as we look to see who will get a shot in Fenway next.

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