The wait in Triple-A wasn't long for Rafael Devers as the Sox announced they would be calling up the franchise's top prospect to the MLB after the Sunday afternoon loss to the LA Angels.

Devers was called up from Double-A Portland to Pawtucket on July 14th and played nine games at the Triple-A level before the call-up on Sunday.  He hit .400 during that stretch with pair of home runs and four runs batted in.

According to Red Sox President Dave Dombrowski, Devers will travel to meet the team in Seattle on Monday, getting the start for the Sox on Tuesday night on the West Coast.

Devers has hit 20 home runs in the minor leagues this season and was listed as the team's top prospect once Andrew Benintendi graduated from the position.