Figured this thread could be used to track which prospects are doing well or not during the season. I'll focus on a few of the players doing well, and will stick to hitters who are at least somewhat age appropriate for their league this time around. I will be very optimistic, so read it with Redsox colored glasses. In no particular order: Tzu Wei Lin: Lin has been on a tear the last 4 games hitting .533/.588/1.067 in 17 PA. It brings his season line at Pawtucket to .272/.344/.444. His hitting is also resembling his first half of 2017 in that he is hitting many more balls in the air. At still just 24 years old, he is interesting since his approach has clearly changed and it's leading to results. With the ability to play 2b, 3b, SS, CF and the arm strength to play LF and RF, he could actually turn into something valuable. Josh Ockimey: After a slow start, where he slashed .200/.333/.275 in his first 48 PA (8bb, 16k) of the year, Ockimey has reversed ship. In the last 28 games, he is slashing .293/.388/.525 in 121 PA (18bb, 32k). That brings his season totals to .266/.373/.453. The strikeouts are still a concern but he also walks a lot and has big time power. He's still only 22 and in AA so he bears watching. If he has any type of future, it's with his bat. CJ Chattham: He's not exactly young at 23 and in Salem, but he missed most of last year so it's understandable. In 151 PA this year, he is slashing .315/.344/.432 between A and A+. He appears allergic to walking, having only drawn 5 free passes. Hopefully he starts hitting for more power soon, but given he missed last year and he was a 2nd round pick just 2 years ago, his performance to date is a start. Especially since he's a SS. Santiago Espanial: Another guy who isn't exactly young at 23 and in Salem, but he's only been in the system since 2016 and while he wasn't great shakes in 2017, he did make many improvements. This year, he's added power to his game in the short going. In 178 PA, he is hitting .298/.359/.491. He has 7 doubles, 3 triples and 6 HRs (a career high, granted it's his 2nd full season). I'm guessing he'll get a promotion to AA soon, where he will be age appropriate for a legit prospect. Roldani Baldwin: Roldani has missed some time this year with injuries so has only played 20 games but he's made the most of them. The 22 year old catcher has slashed .269/.326/.551 for Salem in his 85 PA, including 6 HRs. Baldwin starting hitting for more power last year in his break out season, and he has continued to do so. With his power potential, he is an intriguing prospect. Bobby Dalbec: This is a mixed bag. He is hitting for some serious power but striking out entirely too much. Slashing .217/.347/.478 for the year in 196 PA, with 28bb and 62k. Maybe he can make the jump Chavis did in plate discipline, and without the suspension. He gets eaten alive in AA without some sort of adjustment. Lorenzo Cedrola: The 20 year old CF is slashing .323/.361/.424 for the year in 103 PA. While fast, it hasn't really translated on the basepaths yet and he will have to hit for more power, but he's shown the ability to hit for average. Victor Acosta: After holding his own in a 31 game stint in Salem, the 21 year old Acosta started this year in Greenville. He didn't let that bother him, as he is hitting .310/.342/.497 in 150 PA. He's never been to walk much but he started hitting for power last year and is hitting for even more this year. It's not a great group, but it's something. It's mostly a list of players with some pretty good skills but one really bad flaw, whether they strike out too much, don't walk enough, have a noodle bat, etc.