While it's obviously too early to call Witte the heir apparent to first base in Boston, this is a good sign after performing well at Single-A Greenville last season, with a decent follow-up at Salem. His OPS in 2013 after signing was a mere .492, but that increased to a strong .879 clip in 2014. While it's hard to think that he'll maintain a .918 OPS all season, he's been the Sea Dogs best hitter. He'll be someone to watch in the Sox system going forward.
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