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The Boston Red Sox Players In All Organizational Affiliates, Prospects + Depth Charts (MLB + MiLB)

Jackie Bradley can go a long way to help BoSox fans forget about the departure of Jacoby Ellsbury.  Known as a patient batter with tonnes of speed, and exceptional fielding, Bradley taking the next leap up to the MLB on  a permanent basis would do wonder for the Red Sox in 2014.

Jackie Bradley can go a long way to help BoSox fans forget about the departure of Jacoby Ellsbury. Known as a patient batter with tonnes of speed, and exceptional fielding, Bradley taking the next leap up to the MLB on a permanent basis would do wonder for the Red Sox in 2014. At 23, he has a Career Minor League 3 Slash of .297/.404/.876

By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): & Jeff Kleiner (Org. Depth Chart Expert)

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It has come time for us to flip the calendar at the MLB Reports and shift gears into all of our 2014 season previews.

Each of the 30 MLB teams will have a organizational depth chart blog, a payroll blog, and 1 or 2 State of the Union Pieces from this day – all the way until the 1st day of MLB play this campaign.

We start of with the defending World Series Champions, the Boston Red Sox.

Jackie Bradley Jr. and Xander Bogaerts Are Future Superstars

Xander Bogaerts had himself an awesome few months in the MLB.  After he took few AB at 3B for the departed Jose Iglesias, he managed to hit hvae a most impressive 2013 postseason.  In 34 PA, the 21 Year Old hit for a 3 Slash Line of .296/.412/.893 - with 9 Runs Scored and 6 Walks in those 27 official AB.  Of his 8 hits in the playoffs, 4 went for Extra Bases, with 3 Doubles and a Triple. With the uncertainty of the franchise bringing back Stephen Drew, Xander Bogaerts may have the stage all to himself at the SS position in 2014.

Xander Bogaerts had himself an awesome few months in the MLB. After he took few AB at 3B for the departed Jose Iglesias, he managed to hit hvae a most impressive 2013 postseason. In 34 PA, the 21 Year Old hit for a 3 Slash Line of .296/.412/.893 – with 9 Runs Scored and 6 Walks in those 27 official AB. Of his 8 hits in the playoffs, 4 went for Extra Bases, with 3 Doubles and a Triple. With the uncertainty of the franchise bringing back Stephen Drew, Xander Bogaerts may have the stage all to himself at the SS position in 2014.

This team anchored a new budget responsibility in 2013, and rode character players and renaissance pitching, in capturing their 1st trophy in 6 years.  Just 1 year after finishing with 69 Wins.

The clubs pitching is the strongest part of the team success, however players like Will Middlebrooks and Xander Bogaerts did well to help the cause.  These guys are organizational draft picks.

Midway through the season in 2013, the management also flipped hot hitting Jose Iglesias for Jake Peavy.  It was a deal that sacrificed for the future, but paid immediate dividends.

Peavy is back for another year with the ‘Beantowners’

The club also brought back Mike Napoli for 2 YRs/$28 MIL.  This is a solid move in my opinion.

Departures from the 2013 club are Jacoby Ellsbury and Jarrod Saltalamacchia, while Boston also brought in long time veteran Catcher A.J. Pierzynski.

Larry Lucchino and Red Sox GM Ben Cherington have done a stellar job reshaping this organization for years to come. They have shown fiscal responsibility, while maintaining their best players to shorter term deals.

Boston is going to be a perennial contender for the next decade based on the leg work put forth by this regime.  The only question is: can they repeat in 2014?  Or put down another 3 Titles from 2014 – 2023?

For a Full 3 year Salary Outlook plus last years Stats for every player in the Red Sox Organization click here.

Management

CEO- John W. Henry
GM- Ben Cherington
MGR- John Farrell
BHCO- Torey Lovullo
PCO- Juan Nieves
HCO- Greg Colbrunn
1BCO- Arnie Beyeler
3BCO- Brian Butterfield
BHCO- Torey Lovullo
BPCO- Dana LeVangie

Boston Red Sox Players

PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Jon Lester ML 5 x 28
SP2- Clay Buchholz ML 5 x 28
SP3- Felix Doubront ML 6 x OOO 25
SP4- Ryan Dempster ML 4 x 36
SP5- John Lackey ML 4 x 34
SP6- Jake Peavy ML 4 x 32
SP7- Rubby De La Rosa ML 4 x 24
SP8- Allen Webster ML 3 x 23
SP9- Drake Britton ML 3 x 23
SPS-
RHMR- Junichi Tazawa ML 1 x 26
RHMR- Brandon Workman ML 0 x 24
RHMR- Burke Badenhop ML 4 x 30
LHMR- Andrew Miller ML 3 x OOO 27
RHSU- Brayan Villarreal ML 3 x 26
RHSU- Alex Wilson ML 2 26
RHSU- Edward Mujica ML 6 x OOO 29
LHSU- Craig Breslow ML 6 x OOO 33
CL- Koji Uehara ML 0 x 38
CL- Andrew Bailey ML 3 28
CL- Joel Hanrahan ML 8 OOO 32
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POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- A.J. Pierzynski ML 7 x 37
1B- Mike Napoli ML 6 x 32
2B- Dustin Pedroia ML 2 x 28
SS- Stephen Drew ML 1 31
3B- Will Middlebrooks ML 3 x 24
LF- Jonny Gomes ML 7 x 34
CF-
RF Shane Victorino ML 6 x 33
DH- David Ortiz ML 6 x 37
C- David Ross ML 6 x 36
C- Ryan Lavarnway ML 3 x 25
1B- Mike Carp ML 7 x OOO 27
3B- John McDonald ML 7 39
UTL- Xander Bogaerts ML 1 x 21
UTL- Jonathan Herrera ML 9 x OOO 29
OF- Jackie Bradley ML 0 x 22
OF- Daniel Nava ML 3 x 29
8
AAA Pawtucket Red Sox (INT)
CEO- Mike Tamburro
GM- Lou Schwechheimer
MGR- Kevin Boles
PCO- Bruce Crabbe
HCO- Dave Joppie
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Steven Wright ML 4 x 29
SP2- Charlie Haeger AAA 7 30
SP3- Matt Barnes AAA 0 22
SP4- Anthony Ranaudo ML 0 x 24
SP5- Keith Couch AAA 1 23
SP6- Jon Ely AAA 5 27
SP7- Shunsuke Watanabe AAA 0 37
SPS- Graham Godfrey AAA 6 29
RHMR-
LHMR-
RHSU- Alfredo Aceves AAA 6 30
RHSU- Dalier Hinojosa AAA 0
LHSU- William Latimer AAA 4 27
LHSU- Tom Layne AAA 4 INV 30
CL-
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Daniel Butler ML 2 x 26
1B- Brandon Snyder AAA 6 INV 27
2B- Justin Henry AAA 4 28
SS- Carlos Rivero AAA 6 25
3B- Drew Sutton AAA 7 OOO 30
LF-
CF-
RF- Bryce Brentz ML 1 x 24
DH-
C-
1B-
3B-
UTL- Tony Thomas AAA 4 26
UTL- Brock Holt ML 2 x 25
OF- Mike McCoy AAA 9 INV 32
OF- Alex Hassan ML 2 x 24
AA Portland Sea Dogs (EAS)
CEO- Dan Burke
GM- Geoff Iacuessa
MGR- Billy McMillon
PCO- Bob Kipper
HCO- Rich Gedman
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Chris Hernandez AA 0 24
SP2- Terry Doyle AA 3 28
SP3- Henry Owens AA 0 21
SP4-
SP5-
SPS-
RHMR- Aaron Kurcz AA 1 23
RHMR- Jeremy Kehrt AA 3 27
RHMR- Chris Balcom-Miller AA 2 23
RHMR- Noe Ramirez AA 0 23
LHMR- Matt Maloney AA 7 29
RHSU- Pete Ruiz AA 3 25
RHSU- Miguel Celestino AA 4 23
RHSU- Dayan Diaz AA 2 24
LHSU- Eric Niesen AA 5 28
CL- Bobby Lanigan AA 4 26
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Christian Vazquez ML 3 x 22
1B- Travis Shaw AA 0 22
2B- Derrik Gibson AA 3 23
SS- Heiker Meneses AA 3 21
3B- Garin Cecchini ML 2 x 22
LF- J.C. Linares AA 2 29
CF- Shannon Wilkerson AA 2 24
RF- Peter Hissey AA 2 22
DH-
C- Matt Spring AA 7 28
1B- Kevin Heller AA 1 24
3B- Kolbrin Vitek AA 1 23
UTL- Deven Marrero AA 0 23
UTL- Ryan Dent AA 3 23
OF-
OF-
A+ Salem Red Sox (CAR)
CEO-
GM- Todd Stephenson
MGR- Carlos Febles
PCO- Kevin Walker
HCO- U.L. Washington
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Kyle Stroup A+ 2 22
SP2- William Cuevas A+ 2 23
SP3- Mike Augliera A+ 0 23
SP4- Miguel Pena A+ 0 23
SP5-
SPS- Heri Quevedo A+ 0 23
RHMR- Matty Ott A+ 0 22
RHMR- Michael McCarthy A+ 0 25
RHMR- Madison Younginer A+ 1 22
LHMR-
RHSU- Matty Ott A+ 0 22
LHSU- Robby Scott A+ 0 24
CL- Kyle Kraus A+ 0 23
CL- Matthew Price A+ 0 23
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST ST AGE
C- Blake Swihart A+ 0 21
1B- David Chester A+ 0 24
2B- Mookie Betts A+ 0 21
SS- Nick Natoli A+ 0 24
3B- Stefan Welch A+ 6 25
LF- Keury De La Cruz A+ 2 21
CF- Henry Ramos A+ 1 20
RF- Cody Koback A+ 0 23
DH-
C- Leonel Escobar A+ 3 23
C- Carson Blair A+ 2 23
1B- David Renfroe A+ 1 22
3B- Matthew Gedman A+ 0 25
UTL- Sean Coyle A+ 0 20
UTL- Bryan Johns A+ 0 25
UTL- Valdimir Frias A+ 4 27
UTL- Jonathan Roof A+ 1 24
OF- Matty Johnson A+ 0 24
OF-
A Greenville Drive (SAL)
CEO- Craig Brown
GM- Mike deMaine
MGR- Darren Fenster
PCO- Paul Abbott
HCO-
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Justin Haley A 0 22
SP2- Jacob Dahlstrand A 1 21
SP3- Cody Kukuk A 0 20
SP4- Brian Johnson A 0 23
SP5- Francellis Montas A 0 20
SP6- Pat Light A 0 22
SPS- Luis Diaz A 2 21
RHMR- Jason Garcia A 1 20
RHMR- Raynel Velette A 3 21
RHMR- Austin Maddox A 0 22
LHMR- Francisco Taveras A 2 23
LHMR- Manuel Rivera A 3 24
RHSU- Yunior Ortega A 2 22
RHSU- Gerardo Olivares A 1 25
LHSU- Jack McGeary A 3 24
CL- Kyle Martin A 0 22
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Jordan Weems A 0 21
1B- Boss Moanaroa A 3 21
2B- Reed Gragnani A 0 23
SS- Mike Miller A- 0 24
3B- Nick Moore A 0 21
LF- Aneury Tavarez A- 0 21
CF- Jesus Loya A 0 21
RF- Drew Turocy A 0 24
DH-
C- Leonel Escobar A 2 23
C- Jayson Hernandez A 1 24
C- Tim Roberson A 0 23
1B-
3B- Keaton Briscoe A 0 22
3B- Mario Martinez A 4 24
3B- Jimmy Rider A 1 23
UTL- Dreily Guerrero A 1 23
UTL- Jose Vinicio A 1 20
OF- Kendrick Perkins A 0 22
OF- Felix Sanchez A 3 22
A- Lowell Spinners (NYP)
CEO-
GM-
MGR- Bruce Crabbe
PCO- Walter Miranda
HCO- Noah Hall
PITCHERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
SP1- Ty Buttrey A- 0 20
SP2- Mario Alcantara A- 0 21
SP3- Jamie Callahan A- 0 19
SP4- Corey Littrell A- 0 21
SP5- Teddy Stankiewicz A- 0 20
SPS- Simon Mercedes A- 0 21
RHMR- Jonathan Aro A- 0 23
RHMR- Carlos Pinales A- 0 21
LHMR- Daniel McGrath A- 0 19
LHMR- Dylan Chavez A- 1 22
RHSU- Taylor Grover A- 0 22
RHSU- Matt Spalding A- 0 21
LHSU- Mike Adams A- 0 23
CL- Gregory Larson A- 0 24
CL- Joe Gunkel A- 0 22
POSITION PLAYERS LEV MiL ST INJ AGE
C- Danny Bethea A- 0 23
1B- Nick Moore A- 1 21
2B- Deiner Lopez A- 0 19
SS- Tzu-Wei Lin A- 0 19
3B- Carlos Asuaje A- 0 22
LF- Aaron King A- 3 24
CF- Manuel Margot A- 0 19
RF- Williams Jerez A- 1 21
DH-
C- Miguel Rodriguez A- 0 23
C- Jake Romanski A- 0 23
C- David Sopilka A- 0 20
1B- Nathan Minnich A- 1 23
3B- Kevin Mager A- 1 24
3B- Jantzen Witte A- 0 23
UTL-
UTL-
OF- Jose Colorado A- 0 23
OF- Zach Kapstein A- 1 21
OF- Forrestt Allday A- 0 22
2014 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Xander Bogaerts, ss/3b
2 Henry Owens, lhp
3 Jackie Bradley, of
4 Allen Webster, rhp
5 Blake Swihart, c
6 Garin Cecchini, 3b
7 Mookie Betts, 2b
8 Brandon Workman, rhp
9 Matt Barnes, rhp
10 Trey Ball, lhp
2013 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Xander Bogaerts, ss
2 Jackie Bradley, of
3 Matt Barnes, rhp
4 Allen Webster, rhp
5 Henry Owens, lhp
6 Blake Swihart, c
7 Garin Cecchini, 3b
8 Bryce Brentz, of
9 Jose Iglesias, ss
10 Deven Marrero, ss
2012 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Will Middlebrooks, 3b ML
2 Xander Bogaerts, ss AA
3 Blake Swihart, c A
4 Anthony Ranaudo, rhp AA
5 Bryce Brentz, of AAA
6 Brandon Jacobs, of A+
7 Garin Cecchini, 3b A
8 Matt Barnes, rhp A+
9 Ryan Lavarnway, c ML
10 Jackie Bradley, of AA
2011 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Casey Kelly, rhp AA
2 Jose Iglesias, ss AAA
3 Anthony Rizzo, 1b AAA
4 Anthony Ranaudo, rhp A+
5 Drake Britton, lhp A+
6 Reymond Fuentes, of A+
7 Josh Reddick, of ML
8 Felix Doubront, lhp AAA
9 Stolmy Pimentel, rhp AA
10 Garin Cecchini, 3b A-
2010 Baseball America’s Top Ten Prospects
1 Ryan Westmoreland, of
2 Casey Kelly, rhp
3 Josh Reddick, of
4 Lars Anderson, 1b
5 Ryan Kalish, of
6 Junichi Tazawa, rhp
7 Reymond Fuentes, of
8 Anthony Rizzo, 1b
9 Jose Iglesias, ss
10 Derrik Gibson, ss/2b
The A.J. Pierzynski signing was really smart on the Red Sox behalf.  He is better offensively and defensively than Saltalamacchia was, and the team only had to secure him for 1 YR - compared to Salty's 3 YR deal.  Boston may have to pay $2 MIL more for 2014, but the Veteran Catcher is so worth it.  The 37 Year Old from Bridgehampton, NY, has a Career 3 Slash of .300/.370/.890 in 100 Post Season AB - spanning 7 Series.  Among the totals, are also 5 HRs and 17 RBI.  This guy is a natural born leader, and can really set up a Pitching Staff.

The A.J. Pierzynski signing was really smart on the Red Sox behalf. He is better offensively and defensively than Saltalamacchia was, and the team only had to secure him for 1 YR – compared to Salty’s 3 YR deal. Boston may have to pay $2 MIL more for 2014, but the Veteran Catcher is so worth it. The 37 Year Old from Bridgehampton, NY, has a Career 3 Slash of .300/.370/.890 in 100 Post Season AB – spanning 7 Series. Among the totals, are also 5 HRs and 17 RBI. This guy is a natural born leader, and can really set up a Pitching Staff.

For all of the Rosters, Depth Charts, State of the Unions and Salaries Posts that we do, please visit our dedicated page link here.

Note From Chuck Booth:

You guys are all in for a treat.  Jeff Kleiner has developed a site (prosportsrosters.comthat covers all organizational affiliates in the Minors for all of the Major League Baseball Clubs. 

We are going to combine efforts to bring you the best look at salaries, current 25 Man Player Rosters and Depth Charts for all 30 teams. 

Jeff is going to provide the documents in form of spreadsheets and I am going to accompany the posts with deep analysis of what the numbers tell us from my perspective. 

If you can’t wait for all of my assessments for each club, go and visit Jeff’s website over at http://www.prosportsrosters.com.

In Speaking with Jeff, he is one of the more passionate fans I have come across towards the game of baseball.  He spends enough time in updating his MLB Facts for it to be a Full-Time Job. 

Jeff updates this page below on a daily basis.  After you click on it….Bookmark it.  There is a 3 year salary forecast and stats not listed here on this page.  Jeff updates these pages daily and these changes include any Roster moves!

Authors for this post:

Jeff Kleiner:  “I have been a sports fan since the first Baseball game I went to at Comisky Park in Chicago in 1959, when baseball for me turned from black and white to color.

I have attended or watched thousands of games, always paying attention to statistics, rosters and salaries of all professional sports.

Luckily I had the advantage of watching WGN TV and seeing hundreds of games in the 60’s. Collecting Baseball Cards and then later dealing them gave me an extra sense of the sport, both good and bad.”

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I played competitive baseball until 18 years old and had offers to play NCAA Division 1 University Baseball at Liberty University. Post-concussion symptoms from previous football and baseball head injuries forced me to retire by age 19. After two nearly made World Record Attempts in 2008, I set a New World Record by visiting all 30 MLB Parks (from 1st to last pitch) in only 24 Calendar Days in the summer 0f 2009. In April of 2012, I established yet another new GWR by visiting all 30 Parks in only 23 Calendar Days! You can see the full schedule at the page of the www.mlbreports.com/gwr-tracker . In 2015, I watched 224 MLB Games, spanning all 30 MLB Parks in 183 Days. Read about that World Record Journey at https://mlbreports.com/183in2015/229sked2015/

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