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Henry Owens, Deven Marrero Among Red Sox’s Non-Roster Spring Training Invitees

The Boston Red Sox will be bringing 17 non-roster invitees to Fort Myers, Fla., this spring, the team announced Wednesday. Among them are left-handed pitching prospect Henry Owens, shortstop prospect Deven Marrero, fleet-footed outfielder Quintin Berry and utility man Jemile Weeks. The Red Sox invited nine pitchers, three catchers, four infielders and...
Via NESN.com
February 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Prospects To Know: Middle Infielders

The Red Sox became a much younger team in 2014, with many of the system’s top prospects making their major league debut. Despite these graduations, the farm system still retains good prospect depth. For the next few weeks, I’m going to highlight prospects to watch for next season at each position. First up, the middle infield positions. Deven Marrero Deven Marrero. Photo by...
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December 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Sox’s Deven Marrero: ‘I Play Every Day With A Chip On My Shoulder’

A major league call-up is so close Deven Marrero can taste it. Marrero spent the 2014 season split between Double-A Portland and Triple-A Pawtucket. The 24-year-old shortstop was named the Red Sox’s Minor League Defensive Player of the Year, adding some validity to the notion he could find his way to Boston at some point in 2015. “I’m one step away. That’s all I know,”...
Via NESN.com
October 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Three Red Sox Pace Saguaros In Arizona

Rusney Castillo, Deven Marrero and Sean Coyle led the Surprise Saguaros of the Arizona Fall League to a 14-3 romping of Mesa. The trio combined for five hits and six runs—and all three stole a base. Coyle (the team's #14 prospect)—like Mookie Betts—is blocked by Dustin Pedroia at his natural 2B position. Coyle is hitting .429 in the early going, while Castillo and Marrero are...
Via FenwayNation
October 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Deven Marrero Among Red Sox Prospects To Play In Arizona Fall League

Six Boston Red Sox minor leaguers are lined up to play in the Arizona Fall League (AFL) in 2014. The AFL rosters were announced Tuesday. Infielders Deven Marrero and Sean Coyle, as well as pitchers Keith Couch, Aaron Kurcz, Robby Scott and Madison Younginer, are among the Red Sox farmhands who will suit up for the Surprise Saguaros. The Saguaros are comprised of players from the...
Via NESN.com
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Deven Marerro Shines In Pawtucket Debut

(PHOTO: mcclellandmiscellanea.wordpress.com)He is likely to be the Red Sox "shortstop of the future". If Xander Bogaerts can get comfortable and produce at third, Deven Marrero is probably the best choice to be at his left for many years. Marrero has almost 'Jose Iglesias-like' fielding skills and he can hit. He demonstrated his offensive prowess in his debut last night for the AAA...
Via FenwayNation
July 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Sox Prospect Deven Marrero Named Eastern League Player Of The Week

The Red Sox’s 2014 season hasn’t gone as planned at the major league level. But Boston can feel good about what has transpired down on the farm. The Red Sox have had several prospects turn heads, including Mookie Betts and Henry Owens. Infielder Deven Marrero has been making tremendous offensive strides of late, earning Eastern League Player of the Week honors at Double-A Portland...
Via NESN.com
June 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Looking Ahead To The Future Red Sox Infield

Deven Marrero (FenwayNation Photo)We all know that the 2014 Carmine Hose lack infield depth. However, projecting out two or three years, Boston could have an all-organization cadre at first, second, short and third. Here's how. It all starts with the 'can't miss' stud in the group—Xander Bogaerts. While the team will let him grow at shortstop, he'll probably eventually settle in...
Via FenwayNation
March 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Boston Red Sox Prospect Analysis: Deven Marrero

In the 2012 MLB draft, Deven Marrero was projected to be a top ten pick before the college baseball season started. After a disappointing junior campaign, his stock slipped and he fell to the 24th pick overall. Despite only batting .279 with a .335 OBP as a junior, his freshman year he was outstanding batting .397 along with six homeruns and 11 stolen bases. This was paired up with...
Via CLNS Radio
March 08, 2014  |  Discuss
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