MLB: Mexican becomes No. 1 Prospect of Boston Red Sox

Boston Red Sox has been one of the organizations of the MLB They are characterized by having good management of their young players and who later ‘shine’ on the field of play. Heading into the 2022 MLB Season, Red Sox he already has his Prospect number one and it is the Mexican Marcelo Mayer.

Baseball America has already released the most recent rankings of prospects for MLB teams and the Boston Red Sox who ranks first is Marcelo Mayer, a shortstop prospect.

The Mexican has thus ‘dethroned’ Triston Casas, who for several cycles occupied the first place on the list and now the second has passed; and Baseball America stated that “he is expected to be a pivotal player for the Red Sox at the shortstop.”

Mayer was the fourth overall pick in last year’s draft and has “a good arm and fluidity,” as described by niche sites; And he’s also compared to figures like Corey Seager.

Also in the Top 10 of the Boston Red Sox Prospect Ranking are names like the aforementioned Triston Casas, Jarren Duran, Brayan Bello, Jeter Downs and others.

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MLB: Mexican becomes No. 1 Prospect of Boston Red Sox