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It seems that Red Sox players dominate this list. This shows the depth of their farm system. Regardless, Ryan Kalish came in and put up decent numbers in his Red Sox debut. With injuries debilitating this team, Terry Francona had no choice, but to go to his minor league system and hope for the best. Kalish was a pleasant surprise.
Kalish only posted a .252 BA in 53 games at the big league level, but made a splash by hitting his first major league home run against the hated Yankees.
With Carl Crawford taking over in left, Ellsbury returning to center, and the aging JD Drew in right, Kalish finds himself back in AAA.
According to scouts, Kalish has average to above average power and has fantastic range in the outfield. With a glaring hole behind the dish in Boston, the Sox could move Kalish to land a formidable catcher. If this comes to fruition, Kalish could showcase his five-tool ability for a major league club.