Red Sox Minors

Red Sox promote Henry Owens to Triple-A


The top prospect in the Red Sox system is finally heading down I-95.

Where does the Red Sox pitching stand now?


The Red Sox have plenty of pitchers, but do they have enough good ones?

Red Sox minor lines: Successful debuts for tradees


Edwin Escobar and Heath Hembree, traded to Boston for Jake Peavy, got off to a successful start in Pawtucket.

Red Sox minor lines: Run Manuel, run!


Will Manuel Margot be the next big base-stealing threat in Boston?

Red Sox minor lines: Huge nights for top names


Anthony Ranaudo went six scoreless, Blake Swihart picked up three hits, and Sean Coyle reached base four times in seven plate appearances. And those are the performances that didn't earn mentions...

Red Sox minor lines: Short stays in Pawtucket


Will Middlebrooks and Brandon Workman's stays in Pawtucket might not last much longer.

Red Sox minor lines: Mookie gonna Mookie


Mookie Betts isn't letting his demotion get him down.

Red Sox minor lines: The old and improved Swihart


Blake Swihart was looking like a completely different player in the early days of the season. Now, though, the old Swihart seems to be back, and better than ever.

Coyle, Swihart head in opposite directions


Blake Swihart is ticking upward again, while Sean Coyle's slump hits new lows.

Red Sox minor lines: Alex Hassan demands a chance


Alex Hassan was given a brief taste of the majors, and he's making it abundantly clear that he deserves another.


Law's midseason top 50 features Owens, Swihart


Even after all the promotions, the Red Sox are still loaded.

Red Sox minor lines: Slow starts in the GCL


Where Lowell has seen surprising production out of fresh faces, the newbies in the GCL are struggling.

Red Sox minor lines: All-Star breaks and rain


Even with two days worth of games, the schedule looks awfully short this time of year.

Former top pick Whitson focused on proving value


A former top-10 pick who turned down a $2.1 million signing bonus out of high school, Red Sox prospect Karsten Whitson starts his first professional season with no regrets on his decision to go to...

Red Sox minor lines: Deven Marrero snaps his slump


Deven Marrero's fast start in Pawtucket seemed over after going 1-for-16. When you add in a 4-for-5 night, however, things don't seem so bad.

Hometown kid Longhi feels at home at Fenway Park


A 30th-round draft pick in 2013, Nick Longhi finds peace in playing at Fenway Park, home to his favorite childhood baseball team.

Red Sox minor lines: The Devers madness continues


Rafael Devers continues to do absurd things in his first professional season.

Red Sox minor lines: Bad days down below


The Red Sox seem to have stolen their farm system's mojo these past two days.

Red Sox minor lines: No slowing Rafael Devers


Four games into his stint in the GCL, Rafael Devers has shown no signs of slowing.

Red Sox minor lines: Struggles on the mound


Matt Barnes and Brian Johnson had very different nights in Pawtucket and Portland, neither of them in a good way.

Swihart, Owens make BA's midseason top 50


Betts isn't eligible, but if he were, you'd be happy about his ranking, too.

Blake Swihart, Henry Owens place on BP top-50


Blake Swihart and Henry Owens have been named to Baseball Prospectus' top-50 prospects list, with Mookie Betts only missing out due to his promotion to Boston.

Red Sox minor lines: Coyle, Owens force the issue


Sean Coyle and Henry Owens are showing the Red Sox just how ready they are for a move to Pawtucket.

Red Sox minor lines: Rafael Devers comes stateside


Rafael Devers' travel issues are sorted out. Condolences to opposing GCL pitchers.

Red Sox minor lines: The deceptive Manuel Margot


Manuel Margot's slash line is nothing special. But a closer look suggests there's more to his season.

Red Sox minor lines: The fall of Matt Barnes


Once one of Boston's top prospects, it's been a while since Matt Barnes was grouped with the likes of Bogaerts and Bradley.

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