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Yoan Moncada Lands On 'Baseball America' Cover, Ranked No. 1 Prospect In SAL

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Red Sox fans received another reminder Thursday that the future is bright in Boston.

Cuban prospect Yoan Moncada has been the subject of plenty of hype since he signed a lucrative minor league contract with the Red Sox in February. 197 more words

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Yoan Moncada makes Baseball America's All-Prospect Team

Second baseman Yoan Moncada (24) of the Greenville Drive, top, sits in the dugout before a game against the Lexington Legends on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, at Fluor Field at the West End in Greenville, South Carolina. 42 more words

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17-year-old makes Class A Sally League debut

Starting pitcher Anderson Espinoza (39) of the Greenville Drive warms up before his Class A debut in a game against the Savannah Sand Gnats on Saturday, September 5, 2015, at Fluor Field at the West End in Greenville, South Carolina. 108 more words

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A life in baseball radio: An interview with Greenville Drive's Ed Jenson

I’ve had the unique pleasure to work in a minor league press box for the past 11 seasons and for a baseball junkie like me, there’s nothing like it. 2,351 more words

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Red Sox's Andrew Benintendi Hits Walk-Off Homer For Greenville (Video)

Andrew Benintendi has demolished minor league pitching since the Boston Red Sox drafted the outfielder in the first round (No. 7 overall) out of the University of Arkansas back in June. 143 more words

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Greenville Drive 2B Yoan Moncada named SAL Most Outstanding MLB Prospect

Greenville Drive second baseman Yoan Moncada has been named to the South Atlantic League Annual All-Star Team and was selected as the league’s Most Outstanding MLB Prospect, league President Eric Krupa announced Tuesday. 62 more words

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Greenville Drive pick up critical win

With every game crucial to its playoff hopes, Greenville picked up a big win Wednesday night, defeating Greensboro 7-0 at Fluor Field.

A crowd of 5,218 fans watched the Drive overcome what has been a familiar pattern in home games — early scores with silent bats the rest of the game. 428 more words