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Is Henry Owens The Next Great Red Sox Lefty?

(Carl D. Walsh/Portland Press-Herald)Part of the reason Red Sox GM Ben Cherington is reluctant to spend over $100 million on un-tested Masahiro Tanaka is the boatload of near-ready arms in the Boston system. Chief among them is left-handed starter Henry Owens—who is listed as the #2 overall left-handed pitching prospect by MLB.com and the #21 overall prospect by Scout.com. Owens...
Via FenwayNation
January 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Red Sox pitching prospect Henry Owens promoted to Double-A Portland

 (Darrell Snow) According to a report from Alex Speier of WEEI.com’s Full Count blog, the Boston Red Sox have promoted left-hander Henry Owens to Double-A Portland. He performed well in High-A Salem, having recently completed a string of 19 1/3 innings of no-hit ball. The southpaw gave up a hit on Sunday, ending the impressive streak.  During that time, opponents were 0-55 against...
Via CLNS Radio
July 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Henry Owens' No-Hit Streak Reaches 15 2/3

Owens Climbing LadderAfter seeing a young left-hander (Matt Moore) completely dominate the Red Sox last night, it's somewhat comforting to know that we have our own port-side stud making his way through the organization. Henry Owens extended his no-hit innings streak to 15 2/3 on Monday night with five frames for Boston's Class 'A' Advanced Salem Red Sox. Owens struck out nine batters...
Via FenwayNation
July 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Three Sox Farmhands Combine For No-Hitter

Salem Lefty Henry OwensThree pitchers for Boston's Class A Salem Red Sox affiliate tossed a no-hitter last night at Frederick, Maryland. Led by starter Henry Owens (six innings, 10 strikeouts), the 'no-no' was completed by Matt Ott (two innings) and Matt Price (one inning). Taken together, the triumvirate struck out 14 batters in an eventual 6-0 Salem win. It was the first ever no...
Via FenwayNation
July 18, 2013  |  Discuss

A look at how Boston Red Sox pitching prospect Noe Ramirez has emerged on scene in 2013

Matt Barnes and Henry Owens grabbed most of attention from the 2011 Boston Red Sox amateur draft. There was one name that was selected several rounds later in Noe Ramirez, a right handed starting pitcher out of Cal State Fullerton that has started to turn heads in 2013 as he now takes his journey to Double-A Portland. Ramirez, who was a fourth round pick that year, has always been...
Via CLNS Radio
July 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Henry Owens: Stat Line With Silver Linings

Henry Owens‘ final start of 2012 was a scoreless one. In five innings, the 20-year-old struck out four, allowed eight base runners and a number of hard-hit balls. Minus a run or two, it was a typical start for the left-hander. This off-season, the chatter on Owens has been less polarizing than expected. Yes, a 3.49 FIP and 11.51 K/9 is impressive. However, his 4.16 BB/9, .350 BABIP...
Via Fangraphs
February 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Q&A: Henry Owens: Red Sox Future Ace?

Henry Owens might be the most intriguing pitching prospect in the Red Sox organization. He may also be the most unique. Drafted 36th-overall last year out of a Huntington Beach, California high school, the 6-foot-7 southpaw wears size-17 shoes, surfs, plays both the piano and the guitar, and can throw a football 80 yards. His powerful left arm can also propel a baseball, as he’s...
Via Fangraphs
March 28, 2012  |  Discuss

High school lefty Owens lands on Red Sox

The Red Sox took left-hander Henry Owens with the 36th overall pick in the First-Year Player Draft on Monday. The 6-foot-6 Owens is from Huntington Beach, Calif., and had a dominant career at Edison High School.
Via RedSox.com
June 07, 2011  |  Discuss

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