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    Starting pitcher Henry Owens tops our list of the Red Sox’s top 30 prospects for a second straight year.

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    Second baseman Yoan Moncada is No. 2 in the list of the top 30 Red Sox prospects, and after a solid campaign in Class A Greenville last season, expect him to be moving up, potentially reaching Double-A Portland next season.

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    Travis Shaw’s play was mediocre in Pawtucket, but he broke out in Boston and sits at No. 3 in our list.

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    Former Sea Dog Brian Johnson, No. 4 in the list, continued to show promise at Triple-A but was sidelined by an injury after one major league start.

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    Not much was expected of infielder Marco Hernandez, acquired in a trade from the Cubs, but he impressed enough in Portland to reach No. 18.

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    Justin Haley’s stock fell after a miserable season with the Sea Dogs, but a rebound in the Arizona Fall League keeps him on the list at No. 25.

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