Tag "Marcelo Mayer"

Red Sox Prospect Matthew Lugo is Flying Under the Radar

The Red Sox farm system has been on the rise in recent years. One prospect who has flown under the radar is Matthew Lugo. The Puerto Rican native was selected by Boston in the second round of the 2019 MLB Draft and is currently their 12th best prospect. While he hasn’t received as much fanfare compared to his teammates, Lugo is a prospect to keep an eye on.

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2022 Boston Red Sox Top 5 Prospects

The Red Sox’ prospect corps isn’t ferocious by any means. Let’s break down Boston’s farm system ahead of the 2022 campaign.

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What to Expect from Marcelo Mayer in Boston

On Sunday night, the Boston Red Sox added more talent to their farm system. With the fourth overall pick in the MLB Draft, the Red Sox selected shortstop Marcelo Mayer.

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Johnnie’s MLB Mock Draft: The Top 101

Teams will be looking for their next superstar to elevate their franchise to perennial contenders and hopefully World Series Champions. While the players selected this year will vary from All-Star to career minor leaguer, they all have the potential to be difference makers.

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Johnnie’s MLB Mock Draft 2.0

In just about three weeks players from around the country will hear their names called at the MLB Draft. As teams get ready to scour over hundreds of players, I will take a look at how the draft will play out.

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Boston Red Sox Draft Target: Jordan Lawlar

With the MLB Draft five weeks away, the Boston Red Sox will soon add more talent to their minor league system. Over the last few months, Boston has been tied to multiple players including, Jack Leiter, Brady House, and Marcelo Mayer.

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MLB Draft Profile: Marcelo Mayer

The 2021 MLB Draft will begin on July 11, 2021, in Atlanta, Ga. We take a look at high school shortstop prospect Marcelo Mayer, who projects to be a top pick come draft day.

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Red Sox Draft Target: Jaden Hill

The Major League Baseball first-year player draft is only months away, and anticipation is building over who the Boston Red Sox will select. Boston will be picking fourth which is the first time they have had a top-five pick since 1967.

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