Top Red Sox minor-league prospects
2. Jose Iglesias, SSTeam: Pawtucket (Triple A)
Scouting report: You would be hard-pressed to hear Jose Iglesias's name in conversation without the label "shortstop of the future" attached. After spending the first month of the season in Pawtucket, Iglesias, 21, made his Red Sox debut on Mother's Day as a defensive replacement. Red Sox manager Terry Francona said after the Cuban shortstop's first start that he will bring energy to this club. He is best known for his glove, and his lack of power is a concern. Only one of his 33 hits with Pawtucket this year have gone for extra bases.