Portland Sea Dogs Recap: Some Offense Would Be Nice

Portland Sea Dogs

With the Old Port Fest just a 20 minute walk away, the Portland Sea Dogs attempted to give baseball fans a festivity of their own. However, the offense simply couldn’t get out to their own way. The pitchers, by and large, did their job, but ultimately couldn’t overcome an offensive

Durbin Feltman Progressing with Portland Sea Dogs

Durbin Feltman

The Boston Red Sox have a bullpen issue. That much is not up for debate, as the unit has collectively been the weakest part of the roster. With so much uncertainty lining the depth chart, many are looking to the minors for potential solutions. Durbin Feltman, the Red Sox’ top

C.J. Chatham: Red Sox Rising Prospects

C.J. Chatham

With Michael Chavis tearing up the majors, the Boston Red Sox farm system needs a top infield depth option. Outside of Tzu-Wei Lin, the Pawtucket Red Sox don’t have many major league caliber players. Fortunately, the Portland Sea Dogs have one of the best infield prospects in C.J. Chatham. Chatham

Portland Sea Dogs 2019 Players to Watch

Portland Sea Dogs

The Boston Red Sox 2019 season is officially underway, and with the start of the major league season comes the start of the minor leagues. The Red Sox farm system has seen better days, but the AA Portland Sea Dogs still have some of the most exciting and interesting prospects

Darwinzon Hernandez: Red Sox Prospects

Darwinzon Hernandez

Featured image courtesy of Minor League Baseball While Jay Groome still has the highest ceiling for pitchers in the Red Sox farm system, the most likely big-league starter is 21-year old Darwinzon Hernandez. The Venezuela native has impressed ever since joining the Red Sox organization back in 2014 and is now

Mike Shawaryn: Red Sox Prospects

Mike Shawaryn

Featured image courtesy of Getty Images/Portland Press Herald The Boston Red Sox farm organization doesn’t have many elite pitching prospects. However, they have several possible mid- to late-rotation arms in the minors, chief among them Mike Shawaryn. Shawaryn initially arrived in the Red Sox farm system back in 2016 and has

Michael Chavis: Red Sox Prospects

Michael Chavis

Featured image courtesy of the Boston Herald When discussing the top position players in the Boston Red Sox farm system, it’s Michael Chavis and then everybody else. Chavis had a rough start to 2018 after receiving an 80-game PED suspension but bounced back to show that 2017 was no fluke. He

Former Seventh Overall Pick Trey Ball Switches Positions

Trey Ball

Featured image courtesy of the Portland Press Herald Trey Ball, the seventh overall pick by the Boston Red Sox in the 2013 MLB Draft, has not met expectations thus far through his career. The 24-year old lefty has a 5.02 career ERA in the minor leagues, including a 7.58 ERA with

Bobby Dalbec: Red Sox Prospects

Bobby Dalbec

For as barren as the farm system supposedly is with respect to position players, the Red Sox have one of the most exciting sluggers in all of minor league baseball. Third baseman Bobby Dalbec was one of the best power hitters in the minors, finishing 2018 with 32 home runs.

Travis Lakins: Red Sox Prospects

Travis Lakins

Featured image courtesy of MLB.com In case you haven’t heard, the Boston Red Sox have one of the lowest-ranked farm systems in all of baseball. Thanks to several players making the majors at the same time, multiple trades, and a few years of poor drafting, the cupboard of young talent is

Interviewing Portland Sea Dogs All-Star Matthew Kent

Matt Kent

Featured image courtesy of the Portland Sea Dogs official Twitter page (@PortlandSeaDogs) One of the more pleasant surprises for the 2018 Portland Sea Dogs has been the emergence of 25-year old pitcher Matthew Kent. Kent first joined the Boston Red Sox as a 13th round draft pick and has advanced all