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Boston Red Sox minor league players

This is a partial list of players in the Boston Red Sox minor league organization:

Jonathan Aro

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Jonathan Aro
Boston Red Sox
Relief pitcher
Born: (1990-10-10) October 10, 1990 (age 25)
La Vega, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Teams

Jonathan Aro (born October 10, 1990) is a middle relief pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 6' 1", 175 lb., he bats and throws right handed.[1]

Aro was signed by the Red Sox as an international free agent in June 2011. It was the perfect fit, because he grew up in the Dominican Republic idolizing Red Sox legend and Hall of Famer Pedro Martínez.

His pitching repertoire includes a 91-93 mph fastball, which touches 95 mph, as well as a 83-85 mph changeup and a slurvey breaking ball at 78-81 mph with short, 11–to–5 break, throwing most of them for strikes.[1]

Aro has been making a fast ascent in the Boston organization over the past two years. After spending a full season each with the DSL Red Sox, GCL Red Sox, and Lowell Spinners from 2011 through 2013, Aro spent 2014 with the Salem Red Sox and the Greenville Drive. He was named a SoxProspects.com All-Star in both 2013 and 2014, and was also honored as South Atlantic League All-Star in the 2014 season, after going 1-3 with a 2.16 ERA and 10 saves in 25 games, including 74 strikeouts and 22 walks in 67⅓ innings of work.[1] In his two stints, Aro went 3-8 with a 2.16 ERA and eight saves in 87⅓ innings, setting the second lowest ERA in the Red Sox minors system in a minimum of 80 innings pitched, being surpassed only by Brian Johnson (2.13).[2]

Aro joined the Portland Sea Dogs bullpen in 2015, and he posted a 3-2 record with a 2.28 ERA in eight appearances, striking out 19 and walking eight in 22⅓ innings. He then appeared in his fourth level in less than ten months, after being promoted to the Pawtucket Red Sox in May 2015.[1]


Carlos Asuaje

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Carlos Asuaje
Boston Red Sox
Third baseman
Born: (1991-11-02) November 2, 1991 (age 24)
Barquisimeto, Lara, Venezuela
Bats: Left Throws: Right
Teams

Carlos Asuaje [ah-soo-ah'-hay] (born November 2, 1991) is a Venezuelan infielder who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Asuaje was selected by the Red Sox in the 11th round of the 2013 MLB Draft out of Nova Southeastern University in Broward County, Florida.[3] He came to terms on a contract calling for a reported bonus of $100,000.[3]

Asuaje posted a .356/.451/.519 slash line in three seasons at Nova, being named Sunshine State Conference Freshman of the Year in 2011 and Sunshine State Conference Co-Player of the Year in 2012.[3]

Asuaje is undersized at Script error: No such module "convert"., weighing Script error: No such module "convert"., but he plays like he is the tallest man on the field. He debuted professionally with the Short-Season A Lowell Spinners in their 2013 season, starting his career as a shortstop, but eventually moved full-time to third base where his skills profile best. He also has shown the ability to play second base or left field if need be, while spending some time at designated hitter. In just 52 games for Lowell, he hit .269/.366/.368 with 19 runs scored and 20 RBI.[3]

Quietly consistent, Asuaje showed some serious power potential at the plate in 2014, when he hit a .305 average in 90 games for the Low A Greenville Drive, driving in 73 runs and scoring 69 times, while boasting a .391 OBP and collecting 45 extra-base hits. Batting 11 home runs, 10 triples and 24 doubles, he topped the South Atlantic League with a .542 slugging percentage and made the All-Star team before joining the High A Salem Red Sox on July 14.[3]

At Salem, Rivero reached base safely in 35 of his 39 games against the more advanced High-A Carolina League pitching. He showed a progressive approach with a 11-game hitting streak from August 14–25, 2014, to finish the year with a .323/.398/.516 line, four home runs and 28 RBI. Overall, Asuaje hit .310 and slugged .533 in 129 games in his two stints. Additionally, he was the only player in the Sox minors system to collect 100-or-more RBI (101) and went on to post the best slugging percentage (.533). He also ended 4th in homers (15) and OBP (.393) and 10th in batting average (.310), while his on-base plus slugging (.927) was surpassed only by Mookie Betts (.960).[4][5] Besides, Asuaje was named Greenville Drive Player of the Year and added another All-Star selection to his list of accomplishments, as he was chosen to the 2014 South Atlantic League Annual All-Star team.[6]

Asuaje was promoted to the Double A Portland Sea Dogs in 2015.

Jamie Callahan

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Jamie Callahan
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1994-08-24) August 24, 1994 (age 21)
Florence, South Carolina
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Teams

James Douglas Callahan (born August 24, 1994) is a starting pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 6' 2", 205 lb., Callahan bats and throws right handed. He was selected by the Red Sox in the second round (87th overall) of the 2012 MLB Draft out of Dillon High School (SC).[7]

Callahan earned the 2012 Gatorade South Carolina Baseball Player of the Year and Region 8-2A Player of the Year in his senior season, after posting a 7-1 record with a 0.89 ERA and 111 strikeouts in 50.0 innings pitched to help his team reach the regional championship. In addition, he was an All-State selection in 2011 and 2012.[7]

Late in the year, Callahan made his professional debut with the GCL Red Sox, going 1-0 with a 5.19 ERA and seven strikeouts in 8⅔ innings. In 2012 he gained a promotion to Short Season A Lowell Spinners, where he finished with a 5-1 record and a 3.92 ERA in 13 games, while striking out 54 in 59⅔ innings.[7]

Callahan opened 2014 at Low A Greenville Drive. In his second start of the season he struck out 11 batters, tying a team record set by Pete Ruiz in 2010. Those strikeouts came in just five innings for Callahan, who also allowed a pair of runs on five hits and one walk but did not have a decision.[7] He then started to show flashes of brilliance in July and August after a dreadful first four months of the season. Overall, he posted a 9-14 record with a 5.85 ERA in 43 games (41 starts), striking out 150 batters and walking 86 in 177 innings of work.


Miguel Celestino

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Miguel Celestino
Boston Red Sox – No. 75
Relief pitcher
Born: (1989-10-10) October 10, 1989 (age 26)
San Pedro de Macorís, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Teams

Miguel Antonio Celestino (born October 10, 1989) is a Dominican long reliever who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system.[8]

Celestino was originally signed by the Seattle Mariners as a non-drafted free agent in 2006. He was acquired by the Red Sox along with Bill Hall in the same transaction that brought Casey Kotchman to Seattle in 2010.[9]

A big, strong frame at 6-foot-6, 205 pounds, Celestino regularly hit 94-96 mph with his fastball, topping out as high as 100 mph. He complements his fastball with two secondary offerings, a mid-80s changeup and a 83 mph slider. Throwing from a ¾ arm slot, he generates solid arm speed and extension when delivering his fastball.[10]

Celestino led the Arizona League Mariners starters with a 5-3 record in 2009. He followed with a 2-0 mark and a 0.90 earned run average in three starts and a relief appearances for the Gulf Coast Red Sox in 2010, including 28 strikeouts and 17 walks in 20 innings pitched. Then in 2010 he gained a promotion to the Lowell Spinners, where he went 2-2 with a 2.62 ERA and 28 strikeouts in 44⅔ innings.[8]

His breakout season came in 2011, when he finished with a 10-6 record and a 3.84 ERA for the Greenville Drive, including 106 strikeouts in 140⅔ innings. Additionally, he shared the South Atlantic League lead and topped all Red Sox Minor Leaguers in starts (27), leading also the Sox in innings pitched and ranking second in wins.[11]

Celestino joined the Salem Red Sox in 2012. He was inconsistent after being plagued by arm problems and an inability to throw strikes consistently, going 7-9 with a 4.68 ERA in 26 starts. After that, the Sox tried to convert him into a reliever and sent him to the Portland Sea Dogs the next season.[8]

In 2013, Celestino struggled to adapt to a long relief role and went 1-9 with a 6.13 ERA and one save in 23 games. He improved in 2014, going 1-2 with six saves for Portland, lowering his ERA to 3.07 after appearing in 23 games. He finished the year with the eventual International League champion Pawtucket Red Sox, and he seized his opportunity in the decisive game of the best-of-five series, cleaning up the final 2⅓ innings and earning the save in the 4–1 victory over the Durham Bulls.[12]

Through 2014, Celestino has posted a 38-37 record with a 4.06 ERA and 10 saves in 186 pitching appearances (90 starts), striking out 480 batters and walking 208 in 618 innings of work. On January 10, 2015, Celestino signed a minor league deal with the Red Sox. He is slated to open the regular season with Triple-A Pawtucket.[8]

Michael Chavis

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Michael Chavis
Boston Red Sox
Shortstop
Born: (1995-08-11) August 11, 1995 (age 20)
Marietta, Georgia
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Teams

Michael Chavis is an American professional baseball shortstop who plays in the Boston Red Sox organization.[13]

The Red Sox selected Chavis out of Sprayberry High School in Marietta, Georgia, as their first pick (26th overall) of the 2014 MLB Draft.[14]

Committed to Clemson University before being drafted, Chavis won the home run derby at the Perfect Game All-American Classic in 2014. As a senior he won Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year honors for Georgia, after hitting a line of .580 (BA)/.663 (OBP)/1,197 (SLG)/1,861 (OPS) in 28 games, including 13 home runs, nine doubles. one triple, 37 RBI and 30 runs, while stealing 21 bases.[15]

Chavis started his professional career with the Rookie Level GCL Red Sox in their 2014 season. He struggled early this season, but he showed he was past his adjustment period to pro ball in August, when he hit .372/.430/.590/1,020 in 72 at-bats, finishing his rookie year with an average of .269 (36-for-134), one home run and 16 RBI in 39 games. He then belted a homer and drove in five runs in three playoff games, to help the Red Sox clinch the Gulf Coast League championship.[16]

Chavis opened 2015 with the Class Low-A Greenville Drive.


David Chester

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David Chester
Boston Red Sox
First baseman
Born: (1989-03-31) March 31, 1989 (age 26)
Collinsville, Oklahoma
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Teams

David Chester (born March 31, 1989) is a first baseman who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 6' 5", 255 lb., he bats and throws right handed.

Chester was selected by the Red Sox in the 33rd round of the 2011 draft out of University of Pittsburgh, where he led the Big East Conference with 16 home runs as a senior and also led his team in RBIs (60) and on-base percentage (.470), while ranking second with a .345 batting average and joining the All-Big East first team in 2011. Previously, he was named to the All-Big East third team in 2010, ranking sixth in school history in homers (31) and eighth in RBIs (125), despite playing only two seasons.[17]

He debuted with the GCL Red Sox in 2011, topping his team in home runs (9) and RBIs (23). In 2012, he gained a promotion to short season Lowell Spinners and finished the year with Class A-Advanced Salem Red Sox, collecting 10 homers and 33 RBIs in 50 games for both teams.[17]

Chester opened 2013 with Class A Greenville Drive, batting for them a .271 average with 13 home runs and 71 RBIs, while earning South Atlantic League All-Star honors. He was recalled by Salem on July 24, and finished with a .271 average, 19 home runs, and 85 RBIs in the two stints, while tying with Bryce Brentz for the most home runs in the system.[18]

Chester started 2014 at Salem, but suffered an injury and was placed on the disabled list on April 28. He was activated on June 10 and promoted to Double A Portland Sea Dogs, hitting a combined .228 average with 10 homers and 46 RBI in 83 games for Salem and Portland.[19]


Keith Couch

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Keith Couch
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1989-05-11) May 11, 1989 (age 26)
Mineola, New York
Bats: Left Throws: Right
Teams

Keith Gilbert Couch is a pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at Script error: No such module "convert"., weighing Script error: No such module "convert"., he bats left handed and throws right handed.[20]

The Red Sox selected Couch in the 13th round of the 2010 MLB Draft out from Adelphi University in Garden City, New York, where he posted a 5-2 record with a 2.24 ERA and two saves in 13 appearances (10 starts) as a senior at Adelphi. Additionally, he led the team with 76⅓ innings pitched and 83 strikeouts, to be named the team's Most Valuable Player.[21]

Couch debuted professionally with the Short-Season A Lowell Spinners in 2010, ending with a 1-6 mark and a 4.39 ERA in 14 games. He improved in 2011 at Low A Greenville Drive, where he went 7-6 with a 3.64 ERA, striking out 123 batters and walking only 19 in 137⅓ innings of work. Besides, he topped Greenville and tied for second among Red Sox minor leaguers in strikeouts and finished ninth in the South Atlantic League in ERA. As a result, he was rated by Baseball America as having the best control in the Boston system at the end of the season.[21]

In 2012 Couch had a productive season at High A Salem Red Sox, ending with a 11-9 mark and a 3.45 ERA, while recording a strikeout-to-walk ratio of 3.21 (109-to-34) in 145⅔ innings. After that, he spent most of 2013 with the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs, where he went 11-3 with a 3.47 ERA and 92/43 SO/BB in 129⅔ innings.[20]

Coach would return to the Sea Dogs in 2014. He went 7-1 with a 3.16 ERA in his first 14 starts through late June, but was sidelined on the disabled list for more than a month.[19] He came back to Portland on August 9 and appeared in just five games, ending the season with a 8-2 record and a 2.96 ERA in 15 starts. He then was promoted to the Pawtucket Red Sox in the event the PawSox qualify for the International League postseason, but he was not used until the final game.[20]

Couch was scheduled to start the final game of the best-of-five series for Pawtucket on 16 days rest. He was solid in his Triple-A debut, pitching 6⅔ innings of one-hit, shutout baseball, walking two and striking out four to pick up the win, as Pawtucket defeated the Durham Bulls, 4–1, to win the International League championship, taking home their second Governors' Cup in three years.[22][23]

Couch was slated to pitch for the Surprise Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League in November 2014.[24] He returned to Pawtucket in 2015.

William Cuevas

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William Cuevas
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1990-10-14) October 14, 1990 (age 25)
Turmero, Venezuela
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Teams

William Cuevas [kway'-vahss] (born October 14, 1990) is a Venezuelan professional pitcher who plays for the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 6-1, 170 lb., he bats and throws right handed.

Cuevas was signed by the Red Sox as an international free agent in July 2005. He spent two and half seasons with the DSL Red Sox spanning 2009-11, before joining the GCL rookie team late in 2011. He then was promoted to Class A- Lowell Spinners in 2012 and played with them for the entire season.[25]

Cuevas emerged during his first season with Lowell, as he posted eight wins and two losses in 77⅓ innings of work, striking out 72 batters while walking only 15 for a solid 4.80 SO/BB ratio. He also made history, after setting the Spinners record for the lowest earned run average in a regular season, as his 1.40 ERA bested the 1.50 mark set by Kyle Weiland dating back 2008.[26] In addition, Cuevas ranked in the top of several statistical categories in the New York–Penn League, tying for 1st for the most wins, for 2nd both in ERA and innings, and for 3rd in strikeouts.[27]

Cuevas was promoted to Class A Advanced Salem Red Sox in 2013 but struggled during the season. He posted an 8-9 record and a 5.05 ERA in 26 starts, while striking out 109 and walking 40 in 135⅓ innings.[25] He returned to Salem in 2014, but spent two stints on the disabled list, including one that lasted roughly one month. He went 2-6 with a 4.70 ERA in 24 appearances (10 starts), including 80 strikeouts and 32 walks in 95⅓ innings.[19]

Cuevas gained a promotion to the Double A Portland Sea Dogs in 2015.


Keury De La Cruz

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Keury De La Cruz
Boston Red Sox
Outfielder
Born: (1991-11-28) November 28, 1991 (age 24)
La Romana, Dominican Republic
Bats: Left Throws: Left
Teams

Keury De La Cruz (born November 28, 1991) is a Dominican Republic outfielder who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 5' 11", 170 lb., he bats and throws left handed.[28]

De La Cruz was originally signed as an international free agent in the spring of 2009 and was named an All-Star for two consecutive seasons from 2011–2012.[28]

He debuted in 2009 with the Rookie Class DSL Red Sox, and claimed Red Sox Latin Program Player of the Year honors after leading his team in hits (65), doubles (16), runs batted in (50) and extra-bases (27).[28]

He then joined the Gulf Coast League Red Sox rookie team in 2010, leading the league in triples (7) and total bases (84), while ranking second in extra-bases (23), third both in home runs (6) and runs scored (35), and fourth both in RBI (31) and slugging percentage (.475).[28]

In 2011 he gained a promotion to the Short-Season A Lowell Spinners, where he led the New York–Penn League for the most at-bats (300) while tying for second in triples (6) and third in hits (79). He then was named to the All-Star team.[28]

De La Cruz had a breakout season in 2012 for the Low A Greenville Drive, batting a slash line of .308/.352/.536 in 116 games, which included eight triples, 19 home runs and 81 RBI. This time was named both for the South Atlantic League All-Star and post-season All-Star teams, before being promoted to the High A Salem Red Sox in late August. He finished among the five best Red Sox minor leaguers, ranking first in RBI (87), second in slugging (.533), third in homers (20), fourth in batting average (.307), and fifth in OPS (.863).[29]

De La Cruz returned to Salem in 2013. He batted a .262/.302/.404 line with a second-best 89 RBI in the Carolina League, being selected to the CL Postseason All-Star Team.[30]

He gained a promotion to the Double A Portland Sea Dogs in 2014. Unfortunately, De La Cruz suffered a wrist injury that caused him two trips to the disabled list.[19] He appeared in just 70 games, hitting .295 with seven homers and 30 RBI, even though he slugged .434 and collected a .327 on-base percentage.[28]

De La Cruz came back to the Sea Dogs in 2015.

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Rafael Devers

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Rafael Devers
Boston Red Sox
Third baseman
Born: (1996-10-24) October 24, 1996 (age 19)
Sánchez. Dominican Republic
Bats: Left Throws: Right
Teams

Rafael Devers is a third baseman who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at 6' 0", 195 lb., Devers bats left handed and throws right handed. He was born in Sánchez. Dominican Republic.[31]

The Red Sox signed 17-year old free agent Rafael Devers in August 2013. Devers, who ranked 6th overall among the top 50 international prospects, agreed to a $1.5 million deal.[32] At the time he was considered by some scouts to be the best left-handed hitter available on the international market, according to a MLB.com report.[33]

Devers debuted on May 31, 2014 with the Dominican Summer League Red Sox. He had a promising start in his first season of professional ball, as he went 14-for-30 for a .467 batting average and slugged .800 in eight games to claim SoxProspects.com Player of the Week honors.[31]

In June he continued to show his value leading the DSL Sox with a slash line of .337/.445/.538, three home runs and 21 RBI, walking more times (21) than he struck out (20), while playing in all 28 of the team’s games thus far and had reached base in all but one. In addition, his .983 on-base plus slugging statistic was rare for the DSL level, while his .533 slugging average in this period is the highest mark for an everyday player for the Red Sox since at least 2005, which is as far back as online statistics for the DSL go.[34] On July 3, he was promoted to the Gulf Coast League Red Sox of the Rookie Class GCL.[35]

Devers did not miss a beat after his promotion. He hit .372 and slugged .564 in 22 July games for the GCL Red Sox, including seven doubles, two homers, 31 RBI and a huge .438 on-base percentage, to be named SoxProspects.com Player of the Month.[36]

Overall, Devers finished his rookie season with a .322/.404/.506 line, seven home runs and 57 RBI, while appearing in 70 games across two minor league levels. He posted 36 RBI for the Sox, tying for third in the GCL, and also ranked among the top 10 in batting average (.312). He later contributed with a game-winning homer and three RBI in the playoffs, as the GFL Red Sox claimed their second Championship title.[37] Additionally, he was named to the 2014 GCL Postseason All-Stars team.[38] It was just the latest part in what has been an impressive first season in the Sox system despite his youth. As such, he climbed from No. 13 to No. 5 in MLB.com's latest ranking of Red Sox prospects this season.[39]

In 2015, Devers gained a promotion to the Low Class A Greenville Drive.

Justin Haley

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Justin Haley
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1991-06-16) June 16, 1991 (age 24)
Sacramento, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Teams

Justin Haley is a starting pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at 6' 5", 230 lb., he bats and throws right handed.[40]

The Red Sox selected Haley in the sixth round of the 2012 MLB Draft out of California State University in Fresno, California. He came to terms on a contract calling for a reported bonus of $125,000. He was previously selected by the Cleveland Indians in the 46th round of the 2010 Draft out of Sierra College but did not sign.

Haley posted a 8-4 record with a 2.77 ERA and 117 strikeouts in 120 innings for the Fresno State Bulldogs from 2011 to 2012.[40] A three-year letterwinner and three-time all-league selection, he also played in the basketball team.[41] Haley is described as having a hard fastball, which he throws between 91-93 mph and occasionally will touch 95 mph with heavy downward action. He also features a slider and a work-in-progress changeup with late fade.[40]

Haley debuted professionally with the Short-Season A Lowell Spinners in 2012, as he finished with a 0-1 record and a 1.89 ERA in 13 appearances (12 starts), including 33 strikeouts and 16 walks in 33⅓ innings. He made his full-season debut in 2013 with the Low A Greenville Drive, where he struck out 124 batters in 124⅔ innings en route to a 7-11 record with a 3.68 ERA in 26 appearances, while leading the team in starts (24), strikeouts and innings. The one pockmark on his resume was the 75 walks, which were fourth-most in the South Atlantic League.[42]

In 2014 Haley was promoted to the High A Salem Red Sox, where he refined his command and control. He went 7-4 with a 2.82 ERA and 74 strikeouts in 19 games (11 starts), giving up just 23 walks in 92⅔ innings (2.7 W/9), a significant improvement over his previous season at Greenville (5.3 W/9). Additionally, he had a solid 1.079 WHIP in his 92-plus innings of work. As a result, he was named SoxProspects.com pitcher of the week for May 12–18 and earned Carolina League pitcher of the week honors for June 2–8. He also made the Carolina League All-Star team earlier this season before being promoted to the Double A Portland Sea Dogs on July 29.[40]

Haley continued his breakout season at Portland, where he went 3-1 with a 1.14 ERA and a 1.20 WHIP in six starts for the Sea Dogs. Overall, he had a 10-6 record with a 2.35 ERA and 107 strikeouts in 130⅓ innings for Salem and Portland, posting the 3rd best ERA in the Sox minor league system while tying for 5th in wins. He also finished 4th both in strikeouts and WHIP (1.12), and ranked for 8th in innings pitched.[43]

Haley returned to Portland in 2015.



Michael Kopech

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Michael Kopech
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1996-04-30) April 30, 1996 (age 19)
Mount Pleasant, Texas
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Teams

Michael Talbert Kopech is a starting pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at 6' 3", 195 lb., he bats and throws right handed.[44]

The Red Sox selected Kopech in the first round (33rd overall) of the 2014 MLB Draft out of Mount Pleasant High School in Texas, signing him a bonus of $1,500,000.[44] He was committed to the University of Arizona before being drafted.[45]

Kopech posted a 3-0 record and a 0.44 ERA in 11 games for Mount Pleasant, striking out 129 batters and giving up just 18 walks in 64 innings of work, while earning 2014 Perfect Game First-Team All-American honors.[44]

His fastball sat 89-92 mph heading into his senior year, but his velocity jumped to the low-to-mid-90s, touching 98 during the spring, after refining his delivery. He also throws both a slider and a curveball.[44]

Observers were largely in agreement on Kopech’s stock, with Baseball America (37th),[46] ESPN.com’s Keith Law (40th),[47] and MLB.com (41st)[48] all placing him in the same range on their respective top prospect lists.

Kopech started his professional career with the Rookie Level Gulf Coast League Red Sox in their 2014 season.[49] He posted a 0-1 record and a 4.61 ERA in eight starts, which included 16 strikeouts and nine walks in 13⅓ innings pitched.

In 2015, Kopech was promoted to the Low A Class Greenville Drive.


Pat Light

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Pat Light
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1991-03-29) March 29, 1991 (age 24)
Colts Neck, New Jersey
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Teams

Patrick James Light is a pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at 6' 5", 195 lb., he bats and throws right handed.

Light has developed a 90-95 mph heavy fastball which can top out at 97 mph. He also has an 85-87 mph slider, while a 79-81 mph changeup is a work in progress. He is projected as a reliever, with great potential as a setup man or closer.[50]

The Red Sox selected Light in the first round (37th overall) of the 2012 MLB draft out of Monmouth University in New Jersey. Previously, the Minnesota Twins took him in the 28th round of the 2009 draft but he went on to college instead.[50]

While pitching at high school, Light went 20–0 with a 1.52 ERA for Christian Brothers Academy (NJ), to set the best season record in Shore Conference history. Then, he went 14-14 with a 3.84 ERA and 196 strikeouts in 39 appearances for Monmouth from 2010–2012, ranking No. 53 on Baseball America's preseason Top 100 list of 2012 draft prospects.[51]

Light made his professional debut in 2012 with the Short-Season A Lowell Spinners, where he posted a 0-2 record and a 1.79 ERA in 10 starts, allowing six runs (five earned) on 18 hits and four walks, while striking out 26 in 26⅓ innings of work. He suffered a partial tear in his right hamstring during the 2013 season and was out for several weeks, being limited to 28⅓ innings for the Low A Greenville Drive, going 1-4 with 28 strikeouts and an ERA of 8.06.[50]

He returned to Greenville in 2014 and was promoted to High A Salem Red Sox during the midseason. He went 8-6 with a 4.83 in 25 starts for Greenville and Salem, while striking out 76 and walking 37 in 132⅓ innings.[50]

After making 49 starts over his first three seasons, Light was told he would be changing roles and throwing out of the bullpen when he reported to Double-A Portland Sea Dogs to open the 2015 season. With the Red Sox finishing last in baseball in terms of pitching velocity in 2014, and giving another hard-throwing prospect Matt Barnes a chance as a reliever, it seems the organization is now valuing velocity out of the bullpen more than it has before.[52]


Manuel Margot

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Manuel Margot
Boston Red Sox
Center fielder
Born: (1994-09-28) September 28, 1994 (age 21)
San Cristóbal, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right
Teams

Manuel Margot [man-well'/mar-goe'] is a Dominican center fielder who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 5' 11, 170 lb., he bats and throws right-handed.[53]

Margot was signed by the Red Sox as an international free agent in July 2011, receiving a reported bonus of $800,000. According to scouting report, he has plus-plus speed that he uses well on the bases, above average range and solid outfield defense, as well as the ability to hit the ball hard to all fields.[54] At age 17, he started his professional career with Rookie Level Dominican Summer League Red Sox in their 2012 season.

In his season debut, Margot earned Red Sox Minor League Latin Program Player of the Year honors, after batting a .285/.382/.423 slash line with 38 stolen bases in just 68 games, gaining a spot on the DSL All-Star team. Regarded as a patient hitter, he walked more than he struck out in the DSL (36-to-25 in 260 at-bats).[54]

Margot jumped up two levels to the Lowell Spinners in 2013, and held his own as the youngest regular in the Short-Season A New York–Penn League.[39]

Following his successful debut, Margot did manage to get a hit in 12 out of his first 15 games with Lowell, collecting a .254/.343/.307 line through July 24, when a hamstring injury laid him up. After a disabled list stint, he returned on August 16 showing glimpses of his potential with a .447/.475/.658 line over his first eight games back. He finished the year with a .270 average and 18 stolen bases in only 49 games.[54]

Barring an unforeseen setback, Margot had his first taste of full-season ball with the Low A Greenville Drive of the South Atlantic League in 2014. In his first 99 games at Greenville, he posted a .282/.362/.418 line with 10 home runs and 45 runs batted in, while leading the Drive with 105 hits and 61 runs scored, and the Red Sox organization with 39 stolen bases.[54] As a result, he was promoted to High A Salem Red Sox on August 15.[55]

Margot posted the best numbers in the entire system in August 2014, showing no signs of an adjustment period after a mid-month promotion. He hit .340/.356/.560 in just 18 games, combining for a .293/.356/.462 line with 12 homers and 59 RBI in 115 contests for Greenville and Salem. Besides, he led the Sox minors system with 42 stolen bases. It was just the latest part in what was a very solid season in the organization despite his youth. As such, he climbed from No. 11 to No. 4 in the MLB.com Top 20 Boston Red Sox Prospects list.[39]

Margot came back to Salem in 2015.

Danny Mars

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Danny Mars
Boston Red Sox
Center fielder
Born: (1994-01-22) January 22, 1994 (age 22)
Sarasota, Florida
Bats: Both Throws: Right
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Danny Mars is a center fielder who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at 6' 0", 195 lb., he is a switch-hitter and throws right handed.[56]

The Red Sox selected Mars out of Chipola College in Marianna, Florida for their sixth-round pick of the 2014 MLB Draft. He was committed to play at Florida State University before being selected by the Red Sox.[56]

A speedy outfielder and line-drive hitter, Mars posted a strong season with the Chipola Indians, while collecting a slash line of .380/.460/.584 with four home runs, 35 runs batted in and 25 stolen bases in 48 games. He also showed advanced recognition skills as a disciplined hitter, based on his 1.45 walk-to-strikeout ratio (29-to-20) in 166 plate appearances.[57]

Mars made his professional debut at Short Season A Lowell Spinners in June 2014, hitting .311, which was 4th in the New York Penn League. This would be followed with a promotion to the Low A Greenville Drive, where he finished off his first professional season. He is slated to open 2015 at Lowell.[56]


Simón Mercedes

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Simón Mercedes
Boston Red Sox
Pitcher
Born: (1992-02-17) February 17, 1992 (age 23)
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Bats: Right Throws: Right
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Simón Mercedes is a Dominican Republic pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at 6' 4", 240 lb., he bats throws right handed.[58]

Mercedes was signed as an amateur free agent with the Boston organization, and came to terms on a contract calling for a reported bonus of $800,000. Considered one of the hardest throwers in the system, his fastball sits 91-96 mph and reportedly can hit 100 mph. He also throws a 76-82 mph curveball and a changeup who works best at 82-84 mph.[58]

Mercedes, who pitched four innings of shutout ball in one game for the Dominican Summer League Red Sox in 2012, was headed for a short-season assignment with the Lowell Spinners in 2013. He was strong as a starter at the beginning of the season, allowing two earned runs in 15⅓ innings over three starts, but was demoted to the bullpen for the remainder, averaging nearly five innings per relief appearance. As a reliever, he struck out more than a hitter per inning and totaled almost five strikeout for every base on balls. He finished his season on a high note, pitching three innings of one-hit, four-strikeout ball to register his first professional save on August 31.[58]

Mercedes opened 2014 with Class A Salem Red Sox, even though he spent some time on the disabled list early in the season. He then was placed in Lowell on a rehab assignment before returning to Salem.[58] Mercedes finished the season with a subpar record of 5-10 and a 4.76 ERA in 22 appearances, 15 as a starter. He was promoted to the Double A Portland Sea Dogs in 2015.


Noe Ramirez

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Noe Ramirez
Boston Red Sox
Relief pitcher
Born: (1989-12-22) December 22, 1989 (age 26)
Los Angeles, California
Bats: Right Throws: Right
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Noe Ramirez (born December 22, 1989) is a relief pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at 6' 3" (1.90 m), 205 lb. (93 k), Ramirez bats and throws right-handed.[59] He was rated as having the best changeup in the Red Sox organization by Baseball America following the 2011 season.[60]

The Red Sox selected Ramirez in the fourth round (142nd overall) of the 2011 draft out of Cal State-Fullerton,[61] where he posted a 8-4 record with a 1.69 earned run average and 103 strikeouts while holding opponents to a .179 batting average in 13 starts and one relief appearance as a junior with the Fullerton Titans in 2011. For his efforts, Ramirez earned second team All-American honors from Collegiate Baseball and was named to the All-Big West Conference first team in the same season.[61] Besides, he pitched for the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team in 2010,[62] earning the silver medal at the FISU World University Baseball Championships held in Tokyo, Japan.

Ramirez throws his three pitch repertoire with good command and control of each offering. He features a deceptive delivery from a low three-quarters arm slot and hides the ball well until the point of release, making him especially tough for right-handed hitters to pick up his 89-92 mph fastball, and is considerably effective at getting left-handed hitters out with his solid 82-84 mph changeup, which he can throw in any count and uses it to keep all batters off-balance.[63]

Ramirez debuted as a starter in 2012 and had a record of 2-7 with a 4.15 ERA for the Class A Greenville Drive,[59] but the Boston organization turned him into a reliever the next year and was promoted to the Class High-A Salem Red Sox. Ramirez went 2-1 with a 2.11 ERA and three saves at Salem and finished the season with the Double A Portland Sea Dogs, where he registered a mark of 1-1 with a 2,83 ERA and six saves. Overall, Ramirez did strike out 75 batters and gave 17 walks over 75⅔ innings of work.[59] Besides, he was selected to the Rising Stars game of the Arizona Fall League during the postseason.[63] His breakout season came in 2014, when he finished 2-1 with a 2.14 ERA and saved 18 games in 21 opportunities for Portland, being named to the Eastern League All-Star game.[63] He also led the league's relievers in innings pitched (67⅓), finished third in saves, and not allowed a home run in 42 games.[64]

From 2012 through 2014, Ramirez has posted a 7-10 record with a 2.93 ERA and 24 saves in 95 games, including a 1.15 WHIP and a 4.00 K/BB ratio (216-to-54) in 230 innings. He also has amassed a string of 69⅓ innings, dating back to August 30, 2013, without allowing a home run.[61]

Ramirez gained a promotion to the Triple A Pawtucket Red Sox in 2015.

Henry Ramos

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Henry Ramos (born April 15, 1992) is a Puerto Rican outfielder who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 6' 2", 220 lb., he is a switch-hitter and throws right handed.[65]

Ramos was selected in the fifth round of the 2010 draft out of Alfonso Casta Martínez High School in Maunabo, Puerto Rico. A former soccer player, he is now committed to baseball full-time as a professional, while playing at four different levels during his four years in the organization. He has solid power potential and above-average speed, combined with a strong arm and the ability to play well at all three outfield positions.

Ramos steadily progressed with High-A Salem Red Sox in 2013, hitting a line of .252/.330/.416 with 12 home runs and 11 stolen bases in 129 games, including 27 doubles, seven triples, 55 RBI and 69 runs scored.[65]

Ramos started 2014 at Double A Portland Sea Dogs. He had a breakout season with the Sea Dogs before suffering a stress fracture in his left tibia. Ramos suffered the injury on May 28 when he fouled a pitch off his leg. At the time, he had collected a .326 average and slugged .431 in 48 games, including 26 runs, 23 RBI, 13 extra bases and a .368 on-base percentage.[65] He returned to Portland in 2015.


Wendell Rijo

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Wendell Rijo [ree'-ho] (born September 5, 1995) is a Dominican second baseman who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 5' 11", 170 lb., he bats and throws right handed.[66]

Rijo was signed by the Red Sox as an international free agent in March 2012 and joined immediately the Gulf Coast League Red Sox. Signed as a shortstop, Rijo moved to second base after making his professional debut.

Rijo showed very good contact skills as a 17-year-old in the rookie-level GCL, despite being one of the youngest regulars in the league. He posted team-highs in runs (28), hits (46), doubles (15), RBI (20), and stolen bases (15), while collecting a .271 average and a .368 on-base percentage in 40 games. His season was punctuated by a solid 16-game stretch in July, during which he hit a .415/.508/.585 slash line with nine doubles and nine walks, while collecting .299/.373/.416 in his final 43 games. His GCL efforts were enough to merit a three-game stint with Class Short-Season A Lowell Spinners in September. He went 5-for-14 with a double and triple, as well as at least one hit in each game.[66]

Rijo spent 2014 at Low A Greenville Drive, where he hit .254/.348/.416 in 111 games, including 56 runs, 46 RBI and 16 stolen bases. He was promoted to the High A Salem Red Sox in 2015.


Danny Rosenbaum

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Daniel Eric Rosenbaum (born October 10, 1987) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Boston Red Sox organization.

Rosenbaum attended Loveland High School in Loveland, Ohio,[67] and Xavier University, where he played college baseball for the Xavier Musketeers baseball team. The Washington Nationals selected Rosenbaum in the 22nd round of the 2009 MLB Draft. The Colorado Rockies selected Rosenbaum from the Nationals in the 2012 Rule 5 draft.[68] The Rockies returned Rosenbaum to the Nationals before Opening Day in 2013.[69]

Rosenbaum underwent Tommy John surgery to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament of the elbow in May 2014.[70] He was cleared to resume throwing in November.[71] During the 2014-15 offseason, the Nationals traded Rosenbaum to the Boston Red Sox for Dan Butler.[72][73]


Robby Scott

Lua error: Internal error: The interpreter has terminated with signal "24". Robert John Scott is a middle relief pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox organization. Listed at 6' 3", 220 lb., he is a switch-hitter and throws left-handed.

The Red Sox signed Scott as a non-drafted free agent in August 2011 out of Florida State University after transferring from Broward community college.

Scott throws from a 3/4 arm slot and commands a 93 mph fastball to both corners. His secondary offerings include a 11-5 curveball that works 71-73 mph with long, two-plane break, and a 79-81 mph straight changeup that shows late drop, which is also effective against right-handed hitters.[49]

In 2011, Scott posted a 2-1 record with a 0.75 earned run average and two saves in 13 games for the Yuma Scorpions of the independent North American League before the Red Sox purchased his contract. Overall, he collected 35 strikeouts while giving up only 12 hits and six walks in 24 innings, including 19 strikeouts over 11 scoreless innings for Yuma.[49] Al Nipper, a former Red Sox pitcher, scouted Scott for Boston.[74]

Scott made a quick progression to the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs since spending the entire 2012 season with the Gulf Coast League Red Sox. After jumping directly from the GCL to the High-A Salem Red Sox to begin the 2013 season, Scott put together a solid campaign to put himself on the map, going 4-4 with a 2.79 ERA and two saves. In 2014 he moved up to Portland, where he posted solid numbers, going 8-2 with a 1.96 ERA and two saves, while recording a strikeout-to-walk ratio of 3.40 (51-to-15) in 59⅔ innings of work. During that season, he was selected to the Eastern League All-Star game, and later pitched for the AFL Surprise Saguaros.[49]

Scott opened 2015 with Portland and was promoted to the Triple A Pawtucket Red Sox late in the month of April.[49]


Teddy Stankiewicz

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Theodore J. Stankiewicz is a pitcher who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at 6' 4" and 215 pounds, he bats and throws right handed.[75]

Stankiewicz was originally selected by the New York Mets in the second round of the 2012 MLB Draft, but did not sign. He then was selected by the Sox in the second round of the 2013 draft out of Seminole State College in Oklahoma. He debuted with the Short-Season A Lowell Spinners in their 2013 season, ending with a 2.29 earned run average in three starts and did not have a decision.[75]

Stankiewicz opened the 2014 season with the Low A Greenville Drive, where he posted a 11-8 record and a 3.85 ERA in 34 starts, striking out 102 batters and walking 29 in 160⅓ innings of work, leading the Drive rotation in starts, wins, ERA, strikeouts, innings, SO/W (3.52) and WHIP (1.21). Additionally, he was named South Atlantic League Pitcher of the Week during the period of June 9–15.[75]

Stankiewicz was promoted to the High A Class Salem Red Sox in 2015.

Cole Sturgeon

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Cole Michael Sturgeon (born September 17, 1991) in an outfielder who plays in the Boston Red Sox Minor League system. Listed at 6' 0", 180 lb., he bats and throws left handed.

The Red Sox selected Sturgeon out of the University of Louisville in Kentucky, for their 29th pick in the 10th round of the 2014 MLB Draft. A two-way player for the Louisville Cardinals, Sturgeon was a two-time All-State selection and two-time Region Player of the Year and four-time Academic All-State. Additionally, he earned honors twice as All A State Tournament Most Outstanding Player during his preparatory career at Owensboro High School.[76] He hit .325 and slugged .468 in 63 games as a senior at Louisville, including two home runs, 31 RBI, 18 stolen bases and a .410 OBP. He also posted a 3-0 record and a 2.06 ERA in 24 pitching appearances, striking out 35 batters in 34 innings of work. Previously, he was the leadoff hitter in 50 of 51 games for the Wareham Gatemen and was a key ingredient as the club won the wooden-bat Cape Cod League title in 2012. He hit .307 with six home runs, 19 RBI, 43 runs scored, 11 doubles and two triples in 50 total games with Wareham (regular season and playoffs combined), while going 2-0 with a 3.18 ERA and one save in eight relief appearances, including 11 strikeouts in 11⅓ innings.[77]

Sturgeon debuted professionally with the Short-Season A Lowell Spinners in June 2014, hitting for them .276/.300/.414 in seven games before being promoted to Low A Greenville Drive on July 7. He hit .284 in only 48 games for the Drive, ending with a .283 average, 10 doubles, two home runs, 31 runs, and 30 RBI in the two stints.

Sturgeon gained a promotion to the High A Salem Red Sox in 2015.

José Vinicio

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José Vinicio (born July 10, 1993) is a Dominican Republic shortstop who plays in the Boston Red Sox minor league system. Listed at 5-11, 150 lb., he is a switch-hitter and throws right handed.[78]

Vinicio was signed by the Red Sox as an international free agent on July 13, 2009. He debuted with Rookie Level Gulf Coast League Red Sox in 2010, playing for them two seasons. In 2011 he topped the GCL in games (50), hits (52) and stolen bases (19), while ranking second in at-bats (179), third in runs scored (22) and RBIs (18) and fourth in triples (5). He also led GCL shortstops in chances (297), putouts (107), assists (161) and double plays (25), gaining a promotion to Short-Season A Lowell Spinners in 2012, his first year of full-season ball. While at Lowell, he was hindered by shoulder and knee injuries and finished the year in mid-August with Low A Greenville Drive, compiling a .269 average and stealing 24 bases in just 70 games for the two teams.[79]

Vinicio opened 2013 at Greenville, where he hit a paltry .192 in 107 games. He joined the High A Class Salem Red Sox in 2014, but again spent significant time on the disabled list, Once recovered, he was placed in the GFL on a rehab assignment before returning to Salem in early August. Vinicio hit .280 in limited action for both teams through 44 games. He returned to Salem in 2015.[79]

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