Well, they didn't go with our choice (Dominican outfielder Micker Adolfo Zapata), but the Red Sox did take advantage of their extra bonus pool cash by signing 16-year old Dominican third baseman Rafael Devers and Venezuelan left-handed pitcher Emmanuel DeJesus. Devers is ranked as the sixth-best overall International Prospect by MLB.com. He is 6' and 175 pounds and is considered by some scouts to be the best left-handed hitter on he international market. He reportedly has gap-to-gap power and reminds some of Robinson Cano. In fact, he may project better as a second baseman due to a lack of superior arm strength. DeJesus was ranked #24 overall by MLB.com and is said to be a power-arm strike-thrower with good command. The tall lefty (6'3") has a good variety of secondary pitches—including a plus change-up. The Red Sox are now projected to have about $900,000 left in their bonus pool to spend on other international free agents.