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Cecchini is also starting to be eclipsed in Boston's system by other prospects
Getting eclipsed is only meaningful of the one eclipsing plays the same position as the one being eclipsed. That Owens is pitching well bears no negative consequences on Cecchini's future. And Betts is being auditioned as an outfielder.
He is also a lot faster than Boggs (Cecchini stole 51 out of 57 bases in A ball in 2012).
he was left in the minors somewhat longer than his statistics would have suggested,
Never mind Boggs' only average speed, the thing I remember watching him all those years with the Sox is that he seemed to always play it safe on the bases. He was like the Bizarro Herzog Royal. The threshold for taking the next base wasn't a 50-50 chance; it was something like 95-5.
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