2016 Outlook: Johnson had an excellent first half with Triple-A Pawtucket last season. The southpaw was one of Pawtucket's most consistent starters, posting a 2.53 ERA with a 1.10 WHIP and 8.4 K/9. He was rewarded with a callup to the major leagues and was in position to garner a fair amount of starts down the stretch, but an elbow injury ended his season after just one start with Boston. Thankfully, he avoided any serious damage and should be ready to go for the start of the season, but he did lose some time and exposure to other young arms such as Eduardo Rodriguez and Henry Owens. Because of this, there's a good chance that Johnson will start the season back down in Triple-A, although he could get another callup if he pitches well and the back end of the rotation falters.