Boston Red Sox 2021 Top 50 Prospects

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The Olde Towne Team is a long way from where it was less than two years ago when the Boston Red Sox won the World Series. Boston’s minor league organization is not among the upper echelon of farm systems, but it’s actually improved since this time last year.

Two of our top five prospects have already experienced success at the major league level. Two others in our top 13 were just selected in the 2020 MLB Draft, and four prospects in our Top 20 arrived via trades within the last year. You likely won’t see many can’t miss, no doubt, future All-Stars in these rankings (we have one Tier 1 player), but on the other hand, we do have 18 players whom we project to eventually become solid contributors in MLB (Tier 3).


Ben Wilson (@TBDubbs11) and Scott Greene (@Scotty_Ballgame) collaborated to put together this deep dive into Red Sox Minor League Nation. Each created their own personal Top 50+ and then worked closely to combine their lists and rank each prospect in this organization as accurately as possible. Our rankings are based on projected future value, previous statistical success, and in some cases, live looks over the last couple seasons. We are not scouts and this Top 50 column should not take the place of any professional scouting reports you can find on other sites. We do this for the love of the game and writing about our favorite prospects.

With Minor League Baseball’s 2020 realignment, Boston’s affiliates are now: Worcester Red Sox (AAA), Portland Sea Dogs (AA), Greenville Drive (A+) and Salem Red Sox (A). We mourn the affiliation loss of our beloved Lowell Spinners and hope we get some professional baseball back at LeLacheur Park in the near future. Reports are there will be two Rookie level Red Sox squads in the Gulf Coast League.

The Red Sox baseball cards you’ll see throughout the column are part of Scott’s personal collection.

One final note before we get into the list. The Red Sox have been tied to international prospect Miguel Bleis, and are reportedly the favorites to sign him during this upcoming J2 signing period. We cannot include him in the rankings as there is no official signing as of publishing this column.

 

Prospects1500 Tiers:
Tier 1:
 Players with high expectations of both making the majors and playing at an All-Star level for a number of years
Tier 2: Players with an above average expectation of making the majors and being a solid contributor
Tier 3: Players with an average expectation of making the majors and being a solid contributor
Tier 4: Players who have the potential of making the majors, or have high likelihood of making the majors but providing minimal impact (e.g. middle reliever, low-ceiling UT guys)
Tier 5: Players who are worth keeping an eye on, but likely to never make a team’s 40-man roster

*= signifies member of 40-man roster

Tier 1

1. Triston Casas, 1B
Age: 20
Highest Level: A+

The Red Sox jewel of the system, Casas is an emerging middle of the order force. The big time all-fields power has never been questioned, but the positive gains he’s made physically and in the hit tool department significantly raise the probability he becomes an all-star caliber bat. Casas puts together quality at bats and still needs experience in the high minors, but he’s put himself in the top tier of 1B prospects in all of baseball. Even as a 1B, Casas should be considered a top 25 dynasty prospect which speaks to the significant potential to deliver impact four category production.

Tier 2

2. Jeter Downs, SS/2B
Age: 22
Highest Level: AA (Dodgers)
Outside of brief Spring Training appearances and alternate site footage, Red Sox fans have been anticipating a longer look at the prized prospect that was a key part of the Mookie Betts trade return from Los Angeles. The clear 2B of the future, Downs is a good bet to hit for both average and power while posting high OBP figures. He also possesses both speed and baserunning instincts to impact the game offensively with double digit SB seasons. Downs is ultimately on the bubble of a Tier 1 vs. Tier 2 placement, and we could very well see him in Boston in mid 2021.

3. Bobby Dalbec*, 1B/3B
Age: 25
Highest Level: MLB

Dalbec raised his status in the organization considerably with a strong showing at the big league level in 2020. Dalbec’s exceptional all-fields power was on display, swatting 8 HR in 80 AB (1 HR per 10 AB). This rate put him among the league’s best: Luke Voit led all of baseball with 1 HR per 9.7 AB. If Bobby Dalbombs can cut his 42% K rate, even to the mid 30’s percentage wise, his high OBP would make him a middle of the order force.

4. Jarren Duran, OF
Age: 24
Highest Level: AA

It’s no surprise that Duran is one of our favorite Sox prospects. 2021 could be the year he roams center field at Fenway Park for the first time. Following a solid 2019 campaign between High-A and Double-A, Duran continued his success at Boston’s Alternate Training Site during the shortened 2020 season and also played 16 games in the Puerto Rican Winter League. Combine all that with the likelihood that Jackie Bradley Jr. does not re-sign with the Sox, it could be Duran’s time sooner than later. He’s worked on improving his power and launch angle, some of which we got glimpses of from ATS video. Speed is his calling card and Jarren projects to be a 25-30 SB guy.

5. Tanner Houck*, RHP
Age: 24
Highest Level: MLB

Coming into 2020, Houck looked to be ticketed squarely for a bullpen future due to platoon splits with lefties. However, Houck simply dominated big league hitters in his three starts (17 IP) for Boston in 2020, especially silencing lefties who managed only 2 hits and slugged a minuscule .167 against him. Houck was plenty productive in his short stint riding the big movement on the two-seam fastball and slider, and refining either the splitter or changeup will help him solidify his future in the rotation. While Houck may not open the season in the 2021 rotation, look for him to contribute again in that capacity once the Red Sox need reinforcements.

Tier 3

6. Gilberto Jimenez, OF
Age: 20
Highest Level: A- (Short Season)

The Jimenez hype train is about to leave the station. So far billed a slap and burn hitter professionally, Jimenez opened eyes with his positive physical gains at Fall Instructs. “Jimenez 2.0” is sporting a swing from both sides that drives the ball with authority while maintaining his impact speed. Jimenez is potentially on the verge of a big breakout as he hits the high minors.

7. Bryan Mata*, RHP
Age: 21
Highest Level: AA

While Mata isn’t the consensus top pitching prospect in the system, he still maintains his mid to back of the rotation ceiling. When considering Mata’s numbers, it’s notable he has continually been young for the level, including his stints in Double-A and in the Arizona Fall League in 2019. Mata has a fastball-slider/cutter led arsenal with the potential for both to be plus offerings, while the curveball and changeup are still developing. Hoping to continue refinement on the command and control gains he made, Mata is a likely 2022 contributor because they want to build his stamina and give him every opportunity to develop into one of the few rotation arms they currently have in the system.

8. Thad Ward, RHP
Age: 23
Highest Level: A+

Ward was one of the biggest risers in the Sox system after the 2019 minor league campaign, as he put up an ERA just north of 2 over 126.1 IP and baffling hitters to a 11.2 K/9. Ward was a notable snub from the alternate site, but used the opportunity to develop his changeup and add strength. His next two hurdles to clear: Ward will turn 24 in mid-January and likely be ticketed for an extended stint in Double-A Portland, and will have to force his way onto the 40-man as a recent draft pick (2018).

9. Nick Yorke, 2B
Age: 18
Highest Level: High School

Yorke evolved from a draft day shock (1st round, 17th overall) to an eye opener from his performance at the Alternate Training Site in 2020. Yorke looked the part of an advanced hitter who more than held his own against some of the best Red Sox arms much older than him. While it was a simulated environment, Yorke’s imposing physicality and bat-to-ball skills stood out. There’s injury history, not much speed, and limited defensive upside, but Yorke’s hit tool is looking like a future plus which could provide some safety in his prospect floor as a future big leaguer.

10. Noah Song, RHP
Age: 23
Highest Level: A-

When we last saw Song on the mound in the Premier 12 tournament, he showed high octane velocity with nasty swing-and-miss stuff and the ability to command it. On talent alone, there is an argument that he is the top pitcher in the system. The complication of his military service, and the effect it has on his pitching development, is simply too much to ignore. There’s a realistic path to an impact bullpen arm but it’ll take time for it to manifest.

11. Brainer Bonaci, SS
Age: 18
Highest Level: DSL
The Red Sox may have one of their next blue chip prospects in Bonaci. A smaller-framed infielder who has the arm, athleticism, and quickness to stick up the middle defensively, Bonaci can drive the ball to all fields from both sides of the plate. Bonaci was well-regarded at Fall Instructs with the bat and glove, and is shaping up to be one of the top infield prospects in the system.


12. Jay Groome*, LHP
Age: 22
Highest Level: A

It’s hard to ding Groome too aggressively for his reported drop in velocity, conditioning, and command from the alternate site. But when these are recurring challenges in the young pitcher’s development, it can’t entirely be ignored. Groome was a worthy add to the 40-man roster since any team could have stashed him as the last arm in their bullpen, but he was really hurt by this lost season and will need to regain the end of 2019 form to hold the spot.

13. Blaze Jordan, 1B/3B
Age: 18
Highest Level: High School
The just-turned 18 year old possesses some of the top raw power in this past draft class and now the Red Sox system. Jordan (drafted in the 3rd round) is a high profile name, as he is renowned for winning the High School HR Derby in Cleveland and hitting 500 foot home runs as a 13 year old. We will have to see how Jordan looks on the field, but he is physically mature and has a strong throwing arm as part of the overall toolset. There is little to fall back on if the hit tool doesn’t materialize, but Jordan was an exciting selection who could develop into a feared righty masher in time.

14. Matthew Lugo, SS
Age: 19
Highest Level: A-

The 2019 2nd round pick carries good all-around offensive potential while showing the defensive tools needed to stay on the left side of the infield. There’s a long development road ahead, but the finished product may be a hit tool led hitter with some power and speed atop the lineup.

15. Connor Seabold*, RHP
Age: 24
Highest Level: AA (Phillies)
Acquired from the Phillies at the trade deadline, Seabold is a future multi-inning pitcher who pounds the strike zone. With a three pitch mix of at least average offerings (fastball, slider, change up), Seabold’s talent infuses the high minors depth where he should provide a much-needed arm to the system who is near big league ready. Seabold was revealed to be a favorite of scouts upon being acquired by the Red Sox, while securing a 40-man roster spot should forecast a debut in 2021.


16. Jeisson Rosario*, OF
Age: 21
Highest Level: A+ (Padres)
Along with Hudson Potts, Rosario came from the Padres at the trade deadline in part because of San Diego’s impending 40 man roster squeeze. The Red Sox capitalized on this situation and added a potentially impactful defensive center fielder. While reports out of the alternate site revealed Rosario to be less explosive athletically and the high OBP as a product of passivity, I still like Rosario to ascend to at least a quality fourth outfielder. Rosario has always been pushed aggressively so it should be telling to see how he handles more suitable challenges developmentally in the Sox system.

17. Hudson Potts*, IF
Age: 22
Highest Level: AA (Padres)
Potts, along with Jeisson Rosario, represents a shrewd deal orchestrated by the Bloom front office: pounce on the Padres 40-man roster crunch by shipping a rental in Mitch Moreland at the deadline. Potts returns 1st round pedigree (24th overall in 2016) and shows right handed power. The 6’3″ Potts has flashed versatility by playing up the middle on the infield, though should settle into a corner at the highest level. While Potts put up an OBP below .300 at Double-A, he was nearly 4 years below league average age. Potts excels at lifting the ball on the pull-side, providing some future intrigue and a clear organizational priority in targeting this offensive package.

18. Aldo Ramirez, RHP
Age: 19
Highest Level: A-
The young but advanced righty was the talk of Fall Instructs, as his success carried over from his impressive short season stint. Ramirez features good command and a wicked pairing of a fastball and changeup. Ramirez has moved his way into a key group here in the Sox system, as his development will be one to track as there is strong optimism about his future in the rotation.

19. Brayan Bello, RHP
Age: 21
Highest Level: A
Coming off a stellar 2018 in Rookie ball, Bello struggled in 2019 in full season A-ball, but we’re still high on him to be a possible 4-5 SP. He’s still over a strikeout per innings pitched (9.1) but if he doesn’t get the walk control in check, that could be an issue that holds him back in the system. BB/9 went from 1.4 in 2018 to 2.9 in 2019. Let’s see if he starts 2021 in Salem.

20. Jacob Wallace, RHP
Age: 22
Highest Level: A-
Wallace, the UCONN product and Methuen, MA native, came to Boston’s farm system in a September trade with the Rockies. Not a bad player to be named later for a Kevin Pillar rental. Wallace pitched exclusively in relief in his pro debut with Boise (21 IP in 22 games, 1.29 ERA and 16 saves) and could be a nice late inning option for Boston sooner than later. He could rise through the system quickly.

21. Eduard Bazardo*, RHP
Age: 25
Highest Level: AA
The Venezuelan reliever was one of the most raved about gainers from the alternate site. Bazardo’s fastball sat in the mid 90’s while his impressive curveball showed elite spin rates and swing and miss ability. Bazardo secured a place on the 40-man roster this winter and carries a middle relief floor with the chance for more. We could see Bazardo in 2021 attacking big league hitters out of the Boston pen, and is one to be excited about with the arrow pointing squarely upwards on him.

22. Jonathan Arauz*, IF
Age: 22
Highest Level: MLB
A year removed from being the Red Sox MLB Rule 5 selection, Arauz more than held his own in the big leagues in 2020 despite just over 100 AB at the Double-A level. Arauz’s bat-to-ball ability was highlighted by a 5 game hit streak in August which included 3 multi-hit contests. A likely future utility infielder with the chance for more, Arauz has a outlook for a useful major league player.


23. Connor Wong*, C/IF
Age: 24
Highest Level: AA (Dodgers)
Wong fulfills a unique niche on the roster as he’s played C, 2B, and 3B defensively as a professional. On the offensive side, his calling card is power but it comes with swing and miss. It is unclear whether Wong will evolve into a starting caliber player both offensively and defensively. The versatility is fun and potentially useful (especially on a playoff roster), but less valuable in the American League and with 26-man rosters during the regular season.

Tier 4

24. Nick Decker, OF
Age: 21
Highest Level: A-
The former high school draft pick and 2nd rounder (2018) shows some of the best raw power from the left side among Sox prospects, and it particularly shows in his bludgeoning of RHP. He maximizes his speed with good instincts, and adds a strong throwing arm to help his corner OF profile. With advancement in hit tool, approach, and against LHP, Decker could really fly up rankings. Even a strong side platoon player with a productive offensive skill set should be a solid floor.

25. Garrett Whitlock*, RHP
Age: 24
Highest Level: AA (Yankees)
Plucked from the rival Yankees in the MLB Rule 5 Draft, Whitlock has a multi-inning bullpen profile at present who could in time settle into the rotation. Fresh off of Tommy John Surgery, Whitlock may have some fine tuning to go through in the big league bullpen in 2021. Look for Whitlock to pile up ground balls with his low arm slot and produce lots of movement on the two seam fastball, sinker, and changeup.


26. Chris Murphy, LHP
Age: 22
Highest Level: A-
Murphy represents one of the higher probability lefty starters in the system. With three at least average to above average pitches, and a developing slider as the fourth, Murphy forecasts enough weapons to neutralize a line up multiple times through. The command took a step forward in his first professional season than from his college days, and that will be the key to look for as he advances.

27. Shane Drohan, LHP
Age: 21
Highest Level: College

The Red Sox selected a high potential lefty with their final draft selection (5th round) this past year. A superb athlete who was also a big high school quarterback recruit, Drohan showed a solid pitching foundation with both the fastball and curveball during his three seasons at FSU. Drohan’s athleticism should help him refine his control and command as he gets more professional innings, but there’s a lot to like from this selection.

28. Chih-Jung Liu, RHP
Age: 21
Highest Level: International Free Agent, October 2019 (Taiwan)
The touted two-way talent had a whirlwind 2020, spending time in Florida, Pawtucket for the alternate site, and his native Taiwan. It is to be expected with that kind of taxing year that his velocity was reportedly down at the alternate site. With reportedly up to six different pitches to tinker with, I remain optimistic that Liu will develop into at least a dynamic setup reliever who should be one of the most intriguing minor league debuts in the system next season.

29. Christian Koss, IF
Age: 22
Highest Level: Rookie
Koss had an awesome pro debut in 2019 after the Rockies selected him in the 12th round of the 2019 MLB Draft. Boston traded outfielder turned pitcher Yoan Aybar to Colorado in December to get Koss. It was Rookie ball with Grand Junction (COL) but he was 8th among all MiLB with a 1.052 OPS. He could be an exciting player that’s able to play all over the infield (a la Brock Holt), and 11 HR/51 RBI and 10 SB in 238 plate appearances is interesting enough to be a little excited for his future.

30. Eduardo Lopez, OF
Age: 18
Highest Level: DSL
The switch-hitting Lopez impressed with his all-around game in his first professional action, notably putting together a 38BB: 38K line with 18/25 SB. Lopez projects as a complete player without glaring weakness, who can stick in center and has excellent plate discipline.

31. Ceddanne Rafaela, IF
Age: 20
Highest Level: A-
Rafaela, a 2017 J2 signee at 17 years old, got a cup of coffee (only 3 games) in Short Season Lowell in 2019 after spending most of the season in the Gulf Coast League. The Curacao native has time to build up his 5’8, 145 lb frame, but 2021 is an important season. With no Short Season option, Ceddanne will likely spend more time in Florida with other rookies who missed playing any minor league ball in 2020. A late season appearance in Salem isn’t out of the question.

32. Cameron Cannon, SS/2B
Age: 23
Highest Level: A-

Cannon has yet to showcase his carrying hit tool and sound approach at the plate professionally. With minimal impact potential with speed and on the defensive side, the bat will need to carry him if he has a shot of being a future major league utility type.

33. Ryan Zeferjahn, RHP
Age: 22
Highest Level: A-

The tall righty Zeferjahn boasts a high 90’s fastball and excellent athleticism. Zeferjahn missed plenty of bats in short season ball but also surrendered a fair amount of contact, which was surprising for a polished college arm. With a slider and changeup leading the way in the secondaries, Zeferjahn may yet be a back of the rotation starter with an interesting relief floor as a fall back.

34. Brandon Howlett, 3B
Age: 21
Highest Level: A

Howlett, Boston’s 21st round pick in 2018, had a rough 2019 following an impressive 2018 debut. A .231/.341/.356 slashline in A-ball screams improvement needed. There’s no rush to get him to the majors quickly with Devers holding fort at 3B in Boston, but with a successful 2021 campaign Howlett could brighten his prospect stock, possibly to be a valuable trade commodity if the Sox are buying at the trade deadline of next offseason.

35. Stephen Gonsalves, LHP
Age: 26
Highest Level: MLB

Once upon a time Gonsalves was Minnesota’s #1 prospect. That counts for something, right? 2021 is obviously a make or break year in baseball for Gonsalves. Boston re-signed him to a minor league contract after being pushed off the 40-man roster in August. The Twins’ 4th round back in 2013 made the majors in 2018 with Minnesota, tossing 24.2 IP in 7 games (4 GS), but was shut down with an elbow injury after only 13 MiLB IP in 2019 and hasn’t pitched since. He’s a likely Worcester AAA rotation arm and potentially a MLB call-up if needed.

36. C.J. Chatham*, IF
Age: 26
Highest Level: AAA

Chatham has arguably had the most precipitous fall in the calendar year under the new baseball ops regime. After a strong showing at the Premier 12 tournament and high minors in 2019, Chatham earned a 40-man roster spot. But he didn’t debut in 2020 despite a 2B job for the taking, as he was passed over by Arauz, Bloom favorite Christian Arroyo (former top prospect and Tampa Bay Ray) and super utility man Yairo Muñoz. On this particular date, Chatham remains the most MLB ready SS depth on the 40-man, so hope remains for the sure fielding infielder to contribute in Boston.

37. Marcus Wilson*, OF
Age: 24
Highest Level: AA
In Wilson’s whirlwind 2019 season which saw him traded from Arizona, the outfielder played in 4 different stops across 2 organizations, including the Arizona Fall League. Wilson has a solid foundation of raw power, speed, defensive prowess and a good throwing arm, but the hit tool hasn’t materialized to project him as more than a 4th outfielder at present.

38. Joel Payamps*, RHP
Age: 26
Highest Level: MLB
Payamps was claimed on waivers from the Diamondbacks, where the righty saw two brief stints in the MLB in 2019 and 2020. Payamps primarily throws a fastball up to 95 MPH with and an above average spin rate slider, and sprinkles in an occasional sinker and changeup. He’s a depth arm who surrenders contact who may prove serviceable out of the bullpen or in the occasional start.

Tier 5

39. Jorge Rodriguez, LHP
Age: 20
Highest Level: A-
Primarily with experience in the GCL to date, Rodriguez is one of the more interesting sleeper future starting prospects in the Red Sox system. There’s ability to command a three pitch mix, which should help him continue to be pushed and hold his own against more advanced hitters.

40. Bryan Gonzalez, OF
Age: 19
Highest Level: Rookie (DSL)
Gonzalez was impressive in his 17-year-old season in the Dominican Summer League in 2019. He’s shown some power and speed and is just one of an impressive group of young international outfielders (see Belen, Vaughn, Chacon below) in the Sox farm system.

41. Pedro Castellanos, 1B
Age: 23
Highest Level: A+

Not the same huge power/swing and miss profile as Josh Ockimey, Castellanos quietly had a very nice 2019 in High-A Salem. It seems Boston is often in need of a first basemen as they’ve seen a revolving door of Moreland, Chavis, and Dalbec over the last couple years. Who will stick there? Casas is more likely to stick at 1B instead of 3B, but Castellanos is 23 and if he hits at AA Portland, that’s a good measuring stick to help determine if MLB is in his future.

42. Durbin Feltman, RHP
Age: 23
Highest Level: AA
This is one prospect that at one point recently was being championed to hit the big league bullpen and be a late inning savior. Feltman, the 3rd round pick in 2018, powered through 3 levels in his pro debut season, but then really struggled in Portland in 2019. Command must return for this flame thrower to have any success, and he needs to continue to miss bats. 9.5 K/9 is decent, but way down for him. It’s been said before, but 2021 is certainly a tell tale season for the TCU Horned Frog.

43. Antoni Flores, SS
Age: 20
Highest Level: A-

With reported decreases in athleticism and foot speed, Flores has evolved into somewhat of a tweener profile for the left side of the infield, though his fielding and arm remain the top aspects of his tool set. As he has shown approach and on-base ability, the power and hit tool have yet to match that strength, leaving us to wonder the significance of a lost 2020 on Flores’ potential to reach the big leagues.

44. Jeremy Wu-Yelland, LHP
Age: 21
Highest Level: College
The Red Sox nabbed an intriguing lefty in Wu-Yelland in the 4th round. Primarily a reliever in college with therefore less mileage on the arm, Wu-Yelland has a three pitch mix and athleticism on the mound that could work in the rotation or a multi-inning role. Wu-Yelland can touch 97 MPH with the fastball, while mixing a good slider and changeup.

45, Tyreque Reed, 1B
Age: 23
Highest Level: A+ (Texas)
Reed was acquired from the Rangers in the minor league portion of the Rule 5 Draft. His loudest tool is raw power, where the sturdy slugger can tank one with the best of them. Reed fills a role with the organization who has target right handed power of late.

46. Darel Belen, OF/1B
Age: 20
Highest Level: DSL
If top-shelf power is your cup of tea, Belen is your guy. Belen posted exceptional flyball distance numbers, 11th among all prospects 20 years old or below, in 2019. The raw power is reportedly double plus while he also flashes plate skills. With a developing hit tool, Belen has a great baseball frame with some running ability (14 SB in 2019) a strong arm in the tool department.

47. Michael Gettys, OF
Age: 25
Highest Level: AAA
We don’t think Gettys is a destined AAAA player, and it seems Boston doesn’t either, signing the minor league free agent this past November. Drafted back in 2014 (2nd round, San Diego), he was profiled as a speed guy, averaging 25 SB per year between 2015-2017. Now Gettys has now seemingly turned into a power guy, launching 17, 15 and 31 HR from 2017-2019, with the caveat that those 31 homers came in the hitter friendly PCL. The Red Sox outfield is anything but set in stone, so it wouldn’t surprise to see Michael make his MLB debut with Boston in 2021.

48. Eduardo Vaughan, OF
Age: 18
Highest Level: Rookie (DSL)
One of Ben’s favorite Sox prospects, Vaughn was part of Boston’s Fall Instructional League roster the last couple of years. Panama’s top prospect as a 15-year-old according to SoxProspects.com, Lopez should spend some more time in Florida with Boston’s Gulf Coast League team.

49. Juan Chacon, OF
Age: 18
Highest Level: International Free Agent, July 2019 (Venezuela)
One of the more intriguing J2 signings for the Red Sox, Chacon has flown under prospect radars without yet taking the field in game action professionally. There’s 5 tool potential to go along with an ideal tall, lean frame.

50. Brian Van Belle, RHP
Age: 24
Highest Level: College
The Red Sox snagged Van Belle as an undrafted free agent who would easily have been drafted in a more typical year. On the older side but can attack the zone with a big vertical curveball and great changeup.



The Next 10

51. Nick Northcut, 3B
Age: 21
Highest Level: A-

52. Luis Perales, RHP
Age: 17
Highest Level: 2019 international signee

53. Danny Diaz, 3B
Age: 20
Highest Level: Rookie (GCL/DSL)

54. Josh Ockimey, 1B
Age: 25
Highest Level: AAA

55. Andrew “AJ” Politi, RHP
Age: 24
Highest Level: A+

56. Yusniel Padron-Artilles, RHP
Age: 23
Highest Level: A

57. Brock Bell, RHP
Age: 22
Highest Level: A-

58. Kole Cottam, C
Age: 23
Highest Level: A+

59. Bradley Blalock, RHP
Age: 20
Highest Level: Rookie (GCL)

60, Chase Shugart, RHP
Age: 24
Highest Level: A




About Ben Wilson 16 Articles
Ben covers the New York Penn League and New York Mets minor league baseball for Prospects1500. Ben is a Massachusetts native and Red Sox fan now living in Upstate New York, a haven for taking in Short Season A Ball, AA, and AAA games. Ben has played fantasy baseball for over 15 years and is involved in multiple dynasty leagues, including Scott Greene's Diamond Duos 4. Ben broke into baseball writing with the great support of Mark Nikolov as a team writer at realmccoyminors.com, and has also contributed to notesfromthesally.com. Follow Ben on Twitter @TBDubbs11 for player video and dynasty baseball content.

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  1. It’s really nice how you included all the Bowman chrome autos in the prospect profile. Key addition, and I can’t wait till tomorrow’s article.

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