Salem was where much of Boston's top prospect pitching was found in 2012.
Matt Barnes is producing once more, Xander Bogaerts now has the line of a ridiculous prospect, and Sean Coyle continues to battle back against a slow start.
Baseball Prospectus lists just two Red Sox in the top 50, but we've got your explanation as to why that is.
Matt Barnes gets back on track, Yeiper Castillo gets a promotion to High-A, and Adalberto Ibarra plays regularly for the first time in his professional career.
Boston's farm system is moving on up in the world, as their potential impact prospects start to be recognized by outlets that did no such thing just a months ago.
Matt Barnes might be human after all, at least sometimes, Travis Shaw is murdering baseballs left and right, and Brandon Workman avoids the long ball.
Jackie Bradley keeps doing great things, Xander Bogaerts is still just 19, and Matt Barnes has no respect for High-A hitters, either.