As the month of July begins, we created an All-Star team for Red Sox Prospects who
have spent the entire season within the organization. However, we did not include players from Lowell as their season just began a few weeks ago.
Without further ado, here is the complete list.
Jalen Beeks – LHP – Portland/Pawtucket
Bryan Mata – RHP – Greenville
Brian Johnson – LHP – Pawtucket/Boston
Roniel Raudes – RHP – Salem
Teddy Stankiewicz – RHP – Portland
Austin Maddox – RHP – Portland/Pawtucket/Boston
Jamie Callahan – RHP – Portland/Pawtucket
Bobby Poyner – LHP – Salem/Portland
Pat Goetze – RHP – Greenville
Josh Smith – LHP – Portland/Pawtucket
Shaun Anderson – RHP – Greenville/Salem
CF – Danny Mars – Portland
2B – Chad de la Guerra – Salem/Portland
DH – Rafael Devers – Portland
LF – Bryce Brentz – Pawtucket
3B – Michael Chavis – Salem/Portland
1B – Josh Ockimey – Salem
SS – Tzu-Wei Lin – Portland/Boston
RF – Ryan Scott – Greenville
C – Austin Rei – Greenville
OF – Steve Selsky – Pawtucket/Boston
INF – CJ Chatham – Greenville
C – Jordan Procyshen – Portland
Util – Heiker Meneses – Portland/Pawtucket
Red Sox Prospects Breakdown
While some of the decisions were very difficult to make, certain players stood out because of their tremendous performances. For example, Rafael Devers and his 16 home runs, Michael Chavis and his .300+ batting average. Then, of course, Jalen Beeks and his 1.1 K’s per inning. Just to name a few.
Similarly, young stars in Low-A ball like Bryan Mata and Austin Rei have consistently excelled, making way for potential second-half call-ups to High-A Salem. Meanwhile, Tzu-Wei Lin and Austin Maddox have already exceeded expectations and played in Boston.
Additionally, players such as Jordan Procyshen and Ryan Scott have come out the woodwork and become solid contributors at their respective positions. Further, Procyshen shines defensively and Ryan Scott has hit for consistent average all year.