It appears the only thing that can stop Mookie Betts is his lack of a place to play at the big-league level. With Dustin Pedroia manning second base and phenom Xander Boegarts holding down shortstop, Betts isn't likely to see the majors anytime soon. However, depth up the middle can't be a bad thing for the Red Sox. Betts is scorching for Double-A Portland, posting an absurd .412/.469/.623 with four home runs, 16 RBI and 14 steals through 27 contests. Continuing to build off a stellar 2013 campaign, the 21-year-old has launched himself into the conversation of elite hitting prospects.
1. Rockies neophyte David Dahl has righted the ship thus far in 2014. Over his last six ...
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