Major league baseball released their top 30 Boston Red Sox prospects heading into the 2019 season. Who’s the cream of the crop in Boston’s farm?
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Boston Red Sox Top 30 Prospects: Michael Chavis is in the top-100, but who are the other top names in the Red Sox system heading into the 2019 season?
2018 fourth-round pick Kole Cottam is already the top catching prospect in the Red Sox system. Can he continue to climb the ranks in 2019?
Brett Netzer is one of the top middle infield prospects in the Red Sox system and should start the 2019 season with the AA Portland Sea Dogs.
Zach Schellenger has missed significant time to injuries, but boasts an elite pitch tool when he’s actually on the mound. Can he stay healthy in 2019?
Red Sox pitching prospect Kyle Hart earned his first All-Star nod in 2018. Can he build upon this success during the 2019 season?
After pitching just eight innings in 2018, Red Sox prospect Chase Shugart enters 2019 looking to stay in the starting rotation.
18-year old outfielder Gilberto Jimenez had a promsing debut season and could be a major league starter if everything breaks right.
One of the only healthy prospects from the 2018 draft, Jarren Duran played well during his inaugural season in the minors.
19-year old Brandon Howlett came out of nowhere to post a fantastic 2018 season. Can the third base prospect continue his success into 2019?
Following an average season, the hyper-athletic Roldani Baldwin enters the 2019 season as the top-ranked catcher in the Boston Red Sox farm system.
The Boston Red Sox may have earned the steal of the Rule 5 Draft with the selection of right-handed reliever Anyelo Gomez.