No, not Brett Jackson. The Red Sox already have about a million outfield prospects like Ryan Kalish and Josh Reddick (if you can still consider them prospects). While looking at the Cubs' top prospects yesterday, I found some names that may actually help the Red Sox. My first name is Austin Kirk. He is a left-handed starter for the Cubs single-A affiliate at Peoria. He went 5-12 with a 4.29 ERA in 2011, but this was his worst season in professional baseball. He is only 21, but I think he could make a big impact in 2013-2014 and it is a name the Red Sox should definitely consider. My second name is Marquez Smith. Smith is not quite so young, and does not have quite the upside as Kirk does. He is 26 years old, and is the third baseman for the Iowa Cubs (AAA). This past year, he batted .278 with 7 home runs; however, he was coming off a great year in 2010 where he batted .314 with 17 home runs in AAA. If he was healthy in 2012, he could join the Lowrie/Aviles mess as a solid bench player, possibly as an interim third baseman before Will Middlebrooks is healthy. There's some more info at my blog here. Thanks for reading, and comment what you think!