Originally Posted by russ99
Me too. Jackson looks like a heck of a player, but I doubt he goes any later than #2.
The real question is if the Astros first group of good prospects coming in by the end of this season (Cosart & Villar are already up - soon to be followed by Springer, Singleton and Wojciechowski) push their record higher than Miami's.
I'd be perfectly fine with Tyler Beede or Carlos Rodon. You put a near ready top of the rotation type guy in our system to pair with Sale, Danks, Quintana and Johnson. Santiago could be moved to a versatile bullpen role and the Sox have the makings of a Really good
I know the team needs hitting, but I think you can find some hitting cheaper on the market than you can top of the rotation pitchers.