The “Prospects To Know” series continues with the Red Sox top left-handed pitching prospects to follow in 2015.
Despite Andrew Miller’s dominance out of the bullpen, acquiring Eduardo Rodriguez at the trade deadline was a coup for the Red Sox. The Red Sox were a busy team prior to the 2014 trade deadline, making multiple deals in a flurry of activity as the clock ticked down on July 31. Jon Lester and John […]
After splitting the first two games of the series, the Red Sox and Orioles played the rubber match of a 3 game set on Sunday. Right-hander Joe Kelly toed the rubber for the Red Sox in search of his second consecutive win. The 26-year old was opposed by Baltimore right-hander Miguel Gonzalez, who looked to […]
The best players and pitchers of 2014 in the Red Sox minor league system.
Let’s see if Chris Archer shows emotion tonight…
Swept, but not no-hit
Three teenage Red Sox prospects with the talents to emerge as the system’s best.
Is it time to move on from the Clay Buchholz experiment?
As nice as it would be to have Giancarlo Stanton playing for the Boston Red Sox, do we really need him?
A breakdown of the four top left-handed starters in the Red Sox minor league system.
Assessing how the Red Sox can rebuild their rotation without Jon Lester.
Red Sox baseball is finally back
Pierzynski will have a lot of time to look at his phone now
Back, back, back, back, back…
How prospect depth could influence the Red Sox at the trade deadline.