On the afternoon of this Monday, September 20, it was announced that Boston Red Sox has promoted super prospect Triston Casas to Triple-A branches of the organization. The young man, who is considered one of the best prospects in the entire system of the MLB, will now play for Worcester, after the Double-A season of Minor League (MiLB) has already come to an end.
Journalist Alex Speier reported this day that Triston Casas has gone one step further on his way to Major League Baseball, as the Boston Red Sox has promoted him to their Triple-A branch.
The 21-year-old will play with the WooSox at Triple-A Worcester starting this Wednesday, after the Minor League (MiLB) season at Double-A came to an end along with his activities with the Portland Sea Dogs. .
The third base prospect also stood out this summer for having been part of the United States Baseball National Team at the Tokyo 2021 Olympics, where he showed offensive power.
Triston Casas saw action in 77 games for the Double-A branch of the Boston Red Sox in MiLB, during which time he posted a .284 batting average with 13 home runs and 52 RBIs.
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