Five Boston Red Sox prospects made the Baseball America Midseason Top 100, including Yoan Moncada garnering notching the top spot overall.

Moncada, who was recently called up to Double A Portland, has a .309 average in 76 games between Portland in Salem in 2016.  He also has 48 RBIs and 40 SBs so far this season.  He and Andrew Benintendi will be representing the Red Sox in MILB Futures Game on Sunday afternoon in San Diego.

Benintendi came in at number nine and has enjoyed similar success as Moncada in both Salem and Portland.  In 80 games he is batting .308 with 7 home runs and 60 RBIs.  Benintendi also has 14 stolen bases.

Anderson Espinoza clocked in at 15 on the list and put up a 4-8 record with a 4.18 ERA in 16 games.  He also had 65 strikeouts in 71 innings in Greenville.

Rafael Devers came in at 41 with a stat line of a 254 average, 5 home runs, and 35 RBIs, with 7 stolen bases in 76 games.  He has been playing in the Carolina League with Salem.

Rounding out the list at 93 is Michael Kopech who has appeared in just two games with 81. innings pitched with 10 Ks and a 0.00 ERA.  He has been at the Class A level with Salem.

You can read the full Top-100 list on the Baseball America website by clicking here.