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Florida Complex League Red Sox

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Florida Complex League Red Sox
RedSoxPrimary HangingSocks.svg
BostonRedSox CapLogo.svg
Team logo Cap insignia
Minor league affiliations
ClassRookie league
LeagueFlorida Complex League (2021–present)
DivisionSouth Division
Previous leagues
Gulf Coast League (1989–2020)
Major league affiliations
TeamBoston Red Sox (1989–present)
Minor league titles
League titles (3)
  • 2006
  • 2014
  • 2015
Division titles (12)
  • 1991
  • 2001
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005
  • 2006
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2018
Team data
NameFCL Red Sox
Previous names
GCL Red Sox (1989–2020)
BallparkJetBlue Park at Fenway South
Previous parks
City of Palms Park (1993–2011)
Owner(s)/
Operator(s)
Boston Red Sox
General managerTodd Stephenson
ManagerTom Kotchman

The Florida Complex League Red Sox are a professional baseball team competing in the rookie-level Florida Complex League (FCL) of Minor League Baseball. The team is owned and operated by the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball (MLB). Prior to 2021, the team was known as the Gulf Coast League Red Sox. The team is located in Fort Myers, Florida, and plays its home games at JetBlue Park in the Fenway South complex.

The team is composed mainly of players who are in their first year of professional baseball, either as draftees or non-drafted free agents from the United States, Canada, the Dominican Republic and Venezuela, among other countries. Injured players from the major-league Red Sox and their minor-league system occasionally play rookie-level games as their first step on a rehabilitation assignment.

History

In 1988, the Boston Red Sox and Seattle Mariners fielded a cooperative rookie-level team in the Arizona League (AZL), known as the AZL Mariners/Red Sox.[1] The cooperative was not renewed beyond that single season.

In 1989, the Red Sox began fielding their own rookie-level team in the Gulf Coast League (GCL).[1] The team first played in Winter Haven, Florida, moved to City of Palms Park in Fort Myers in 1993, and moved to its current facility in 2012. Prior to the 2021 season, the Gulf Coast League was renamed as the Florida Complex League (FCL).

Notable players

At least one National Baseball Hall of Fame inductee has played for the team, Jeff Bagwell in 1989.[2] Various players who have been MLB All-Stars have played for the team; those who were selected as All-Stars multiple times in their careers include: Carl Crawford,[3] Carl Everett,[3] Nomar Garciaparra,[3] Jon Lester,[3] Hanley Ramírez,[3] Anthony Rizzo,[3] and Chris Sale.[4]

Yearly team records

The team has finished first in its division 12 times, most recently in 2018. The team has won the league championship three times: 2006, 2014, and 2015. The team's best record came in 2015 when the club was 41–17, a .707 winning percentage.

Season Division W L Pct. Division
finish
League
rank
Manager Playoffs
 1989  Northern  27   36  .429 5th 10th (t) Sam Mejías  
1990 North 34 29 .524 3rd 5th Félix Maldonado  
1991 Northern 33 27 .550 1st 2nd Félix Maldonado  Lost in first round 
vs. GCL Expos (1 game to 0)
1992 Central 18 41 .305 5th 15th Frank White  
1993 Western 32 28 .533 3rd 6th (t) Félix Maldonado  
1994 Western 40 20 .667 2nd 3rd Félix Maldonado  
1995  Southwest  21 36 .368 3rd 13th Félix Maldonado  
1996 Southwest 24 36 .400 4th 14th Bob Geren  
1997 Northwest 31 28 .525 3rd 5th (t) Luis Aguayo  
1998 Western 27 37 .450 5th 10th Luis Aguayo  
1999 Western 30 29 .508 4th 7th John Sanders  
2000 Western 29 26 .527 3rd 7th John Sanders  
2001 Western 37 22 .627 1st 2nd John Sanders Lost in first round
vs. GCL Yankees (1 game to 0)
2002 Southern 26 34 .433 5th 11th John Sanders  
2003 Southern 33 26 .559 1st 3rd Ralph Treuel Lost in first round
vs. GCL Braves (1 game to 0)
2004 Southern 34 24 .586 1st 4th Ralph Treuel Lost League Finals
vs. GCL Yankees (2 game to 0)
Won in first round
vs. GCL Mets (1 game to 0)
2005 Southern 30 24 .556 1st 3rd Ralph Treuel Lost in final round
vs. GCL Yankees (1 game to 0)
2006 South 35 19 .648 1st 1st Dave Tomlin League Champions
vs. GCL Dodgers (2 games to 1)
2007 Southern 30 26 .536 3rd 7th Dave Tomlin  
2008 South 28 27 .509 3rd 8th Dave Tomlin  
2009 South 26 27 .491 4th 10th Dave Tomlin  
2010 South 31 28 .525 2nd 5th (t) Dave Tomlin  
2011 South 27 33 .450 3rd 11th George Lombard  
2012 South 34 26 .567 1st 4th George Lombard Lost League Finals
vs. GCL Pirates (2 games to 0)
Won in first round
vs. GCL Tigers (1 game to 0)
2013 South 35 25 .583 1st 3rd Darren Fenster Lost League Finals
vs. GCL Nationals (2 games to 0)
Won in first round
vs. GCL Yankees 2 (1 game to 0)
2014 South 36 24 .600 1st 4th Tom Kotchman League Champions
vs. GCL Yankees 1 (2 games to 1)
Won in first round
vs. GCL Cardinals (1 game to 0)
2015 South 41 17 .707 1st 1st Tom Kotchman League Champions
vs. GCL Blue Jays (2 games to 0)
Won in first round
vs. GCL Cardinals (1 game to 0)
2016 South 33 28 .541 1st 5th Tom Kotchman Lost in first round
vs. GCL Cardinals (1 game to 0)
2017 South 27 31 .466 4th 14th Tom Kotchman  
2018 South 33 22 .600 1st 3rd[5] Tom Kotchman Lost in first round
vs. GCL Tigers West (1 game to 0)[6]
2019 South 27 25 .519 3rd 9th Tom Kotchman   Playoffs cancelled due to Hurricane Dorian
2020 South season cancelled, COVID-19 pandemic Tom Kotchman  
2021 South 37 20 .649 2nd 5th Tom Kotchman  

Roster

Players Coaches/Other

Pitchers

  • 86 Merfy Andrew
  • 85 Nathanael Cruz
  • 81 Jhonny Felix
  • -- Feleipe Franks
  • 37 Francis Hernandez
  • 44 Yordanny Monegro
  • 62 Henry Nunez
  • 50 Jedixson Paez
  • 58 Luis Perales
  • 25 Railin Perez
  • 64 Barbaro Pinero
  • 30 Jose Ramirez
  • 54 Elmer Rodriguez-Cruz
  • 46 Luis Talavera
  • 56 Nate Tellier
  • 67 Michael Valera

Catchers

  • 10 Enderso Lira
  • 39 Naysbel Marcano
  • 23 Juan Montero
  • 17 Ronald Rosario
  • 60 Diego Viloria

Infielders

  • 40 Allan Castro
  • 65 Lyonell James
  • 18 Ahbram Liendo
  •  3 Daniel McElveny
  • 20 Luis Ravelo
  •  5 Johnfrank Salazar
  •  2 B.J. Vela
  • 63 Alex Zapete
  • -- Bryant Zayas

Outfielders

  • 28 Miguel Bleis
  • 79 Juan Chacon
  • 24 Albert Feliz
  • 48 Jhostynxon Garcia
  • 43 Alexis Hernandez
  • 22 Danny Santana
  • 19 Freddy Valdez
  •  7 Eduardo Vaughan


Manager

Coaches

  • -- Jason Blanton (pitching)
  • -- Brett Merritt (pitching)
  • -- Josh Prince (hitting)
  • -- Bianca Smith (coach)
  • 36 Junior Zamora (hitting)


Injury icon 2.svg 7-day injured list
* On Boston Red Sox 40-man roster
~ Development list
# Rehab assignment
∞ Reserve list
‡ Restricted list
§ Suspended list
† Temporarily inactive list
Roster updated July 30, 2022
Transactions
→ More rosters: MiLB • Florida Complex League
Boston Red Sox minor league players

References

  1. ^ a b "Boston Red Sox Minor League Affiliates". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved June 29, 2021.
  2. ^ "Jeff Bagwell Minor Leagues Statistics & History". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved June 30, 2021.
  3. ^ a b c d e f Per player's minor-league history at Baseball-Reference.com
  4. ^ "FCL Red Sox vs. FCL Orioles Orange Box Score". MiLB.com. July 15, 2021. Retrieved July 15, 2021.
  5. ^ "2018 Gulf Coast League Standings". MiLB.com. Retrieved September 29, 2018.
  6. ^ "2018 Gulf Coast League Playoffs". MiLB.com. Retrieved September 29, 2018.

External links


This page was last edited on 24 July 2022, at 20:52
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