Post by freeagentblogger on Jul 20, 2019 1:04:53 GMT -5
Alex Speier @alexspeier Retweeted Baseball America
As I wrote recently I my own midyear reset of the Red Sox top-10, it’s been a solid year in the Sox system, particularly with solid steps forward at the top of the system. Industry perception of Casas, Mata, Dalbec, and Duran suggests a solid talent base forming.
Post by freeagentblogger on Sept 1, 2019 23:09:55 GMT -5
Ranking changes at SoxProspects as summarized by dd:
Due to popular demand, I'm pleased to reintroduce Daniel McGrath!
Darwinzon Hernandez graduated from prospect status. He was # 5 last time. Thad Ward moved into the top 10 landing at #8, up from 12. Noah Song also hit the top 10 moving up to 9 from 13. Matthew Lugo just missed doing the same. He landed at 11 which is where he was in July but up from 15 a month ago. Nick Decker up from 16 to 12. Antoni Flores fell from 10 to 13. Ryan Zeferjahn jumped from 20 up to 14. Chris Murphy soared up to # 15 from 30 in August and 48th in mid-July. Cameron Cannon at # 16, down 4. Cedanne Rafaela up 9, now at # 34. Jorge Rodriguez is ranked for the first time at 37. (This is the 19 yo Jorge Rodriguez, not the 34 yo player of the same name who was released by the Sox in November, '08.) Alex Scherff down 12, now ranked at # 39. Eduardo Lopez up from 48 to 41. Enmanuel De Jesus from 50 to 45. Yoelvis Guedez up from 54 to 48 (and his name alone should qualify him for a cup of coffee at Fenway). Daniel Bakst down from 53 to 47. Andrew Politi, unranked last month, is now at # 50. Jaxx Groshans at 52, down 10. Kyle Hart, down from 44 to 57. Daniel McGrath is back. He is in the top 60 for the first time since 6/1/15. Yah, he's 60th, but a little applause please!
Out of the top 60 this week: Darwinzon, as noted above, graduated from the # 5 spot. Bryan Lucas (58). Aaron Perry (59).