Teams are winding down and prospects are pulled up, making the regular season's final month a great time to tune in to every pitch.
With the Red Sox battling it out for first place, the team could use all the help it can get. Fortunately for the squad, there's a handful of prospects at the ready, and they'll likely be added to the mix once rosters expand.
Pitchers Kyle Weiland, Junichi Tazawa and Felix Doubront all have major league experience and are all expected to help out in the Sox bullpen. After all, you can never have enough pitching.
Crafty shortstop Jose Iglesias is a human highlight reel and fans will be watching his every move when he takes the Fenway Park pitch this fall. First baseman Lars Anderson's big bat will be a welcome addition, especially with David Ortiz's and Kevin Youkilis recent injuries. After all, Adrian Gonzalez can't play every inning, can he?
One of last summer's most exciting players was outfielder Ryan Kalish and recent call-up Ryan Lavarnway will also have a shot of the late-season call.