Five Red Sox prospects to watch for
Sun, 10 Feb 2013|
CSNNE.com's Red Sox insider Sean McAdam looks ahead and predicts which Red Sox prospects will see big league action in 2013.
Be hard pressed to find a Red Sox season in recent memory where management and fans were more anxious to see what the future holds for the ballclub. After suffering through one of their worst seasons in history the Red Sox -- fill the roster got the veterans. Like Shane Victorino and Mike Napoli that future stocks we got a glimpse of what guys like will middle Brooks and Jose Iglesias bring to the field but. Who's next here's CS NNE dot com Red Sox insiders on -- With a look as we continue to spring forward. No -- expected will middle Brooks to play as much as he did last season. A reminder that sometimes. Circumstances. Speed up a player's arrival to the big leaps. Here are five prospects who could reach Fenway before the end of the season. Number one -- we did the roast Phil -- -- probably won't make the opening day roster as he continues to recover from Tommy John surgery. But he already has Major League experience and could emerge in mid season as a call option for the rotation. Second. Alex Wilson. Wilson successfully made the transition to the bullpen last year pockets. For now there doesn't seem to be a role for him in Boston but the Sox -- his arm and he couldn't be part of a relief corps before the all star break. Number three Allen Webster. Webster came over -- Della Rosa in the mammoth trade with the Dodgers last August and though he's yet to -- above double play. He might not need much finishing work at the pocket before he can contribute in the big leagues. Right spreads. Brits may not have this feeling that fellow outfield prospect Jackie Bradley junior has. But he's already played a triple play in it's closer to helping out of the Sox need reinforcements in the outfield. And finally -- Bogart's. Bogart's is just twenty. And the last thing the Red Sox wanna do is wash their best prospect of the last decade. But I Bogart's shows he's ready for a second -- call up can't be ruled out.