Shortstop -- A 24-year-old Xander Bogaerts (right): Can the clock speed up on this kid already? It’s becoming increasingly evident that while Jose Iglesias is slick with the glove, his bat is clearly lacking, and the list of free agents isn’t exactly appealing. You could probably talk the Marlins into unloading high-priced Jose Reyes, but then you’re pretty much in the same contract nonsense you already unloaded to Los Angeles. By all accounts, Bogaerts is destined to be a star at the position. He hit .326 during his 23-game stint at Double A Portland, with a .948 OPS. , but he’s still only 20, and will need more seasoning with the Sea Dogs in 2013 before Red Sox fans can seriously begin to salivate over him.