We're seeing plenty of changes to the Boston Red Sox's top-10 prospects list in one of the final weeks of the MiLB season.
Allen Webster has officially graduated from this list, exceeding eligibility thanks to his MLB innings pitched mark. Deven Marrero has fallen of the list, thanks to an abysmal offensive stint in Triple-A. And a new man sits atop the list, thanks to a high-profile signing you may have heard about once or twice this week.
There could be even more change in the coming weeks, as Christian Vazquez and Mookie Betts are nearing the rookie eligibility thresholds, too. But for now, we see only two new names on the top 10, as the Sox continue to boast one of baseball's deepest systems.
Players who have exceeded 130 PA or 50 innings pitched in the majors are not eligible for these rankings. All stats as of Aug. 23.