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Red Sox Top Prospect Suspended For Season Following Horrible Accusations

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In an effort to create a contender that can last for a long time, the Boston Red Sox have been rebuilding their farm system from the ground up over the past few years.

By doing this, the team amassed a large roster of position players and seemed to have a pattern: middle infielders. Except for Ceddanne Rafaela, who is projected to play center field but is capable of playing almost anywhere, ten of the Red Sox’s top 30 prospects are currently listed at either shortstop or second base.

According to reports, one of those players will not be wearing a uniform in 2024 because of some grave accusations.

The Boston Globe’s Alex Speier reported on Wednesday that “Red Sox prospect Brainer Bonaci has been suspended for the season for a violation of the minor league domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse policy, according to an industry source.” “In October, Bonaci was placed on the restricted list, which led to his expulsion from the Arizona Fall League.”

According to MLB Pipeline, the 21-year-old is ranked as the Red Sox’s No. 12 prospect. The cause of his absence from the previous season has been discovered.

During the previous season, Bonaci played in 79 games between High-A Salem and Double-A Portland, hitting.297 with 30 extra-base hits, including 11 home runs, 45 RBIs, and a.818 OPS.

Given the loaded position group, finding a way to get Bonaci to Boston was going to be challenging, but his talent alone probably would have been sufficient to either land him a role or trade him somewhere he could have flourished.

He will now miss the entire 2024 season due to injury, seriously jeopardizing his future with the team.

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