BOSTON — The Boston Red Sox will add hyped prospect Yoan Moncada to the major league roster prior to a game at Oakland on Friday.

The team announced the move Wednesday night. The Cuban infielder signed with Boston for $31.5 million in February 2015 in a deal that cost the Red Sox $63 million due to a tax penalty on international amateur free agents.

The 21-year-old Moncada will report from Double-A Portland, where he is hitting .285 with 11 homers and nine stolen bases in 44 games. He opened the year with Class A Salem, where he hit .307 with four homers and 36 steals in 61 games.

The switch-hitting second baseman got off to a slow start in 2015, batting .200 with one homer in the first half of the season with Class A Greenville. He’s since become one of the minors’ most productive players and one of baseball’s top prospects behind a varied skill set.

In his last 11 games with the Sea Dogs, Moncada was 9 of 40 (.225) with 18 strikeouts. That dropped his batting average to .277.

INDIANS/ATHLETICS: Cleveland added much-needed outfield depth and postseason experience by acquiring Crisp in a trade with Oakland.

The AL Central leaders sent minor league pitcher Colt Hynes to the A’s for cash and Crisp, who began his career with the Indians in 2002 and returns to a team looking to play deep into October.

Crisp waived his rights as a player with 10 years of experience, five with the same team, for the deal to be approved.

YANKEES: New York acquired speedy minor league outfielder Eric Young Jr. from the Milwaukee Brewers for cash considerations.

The 31-year-old Young has played seven seasons in the majors and has 144 steals with Colorado, the Mets and Atlanta. He’s spent this season at Triple-A Colorado Springs, hitting .263 with 23 stolen bases.

ROYALS: Right-hander Chien-Ming Wang went on the disabled list with biceps tendinitis amid a series of roster moves to shore up a taxed bullpen.

RANGERS: Reliever Jeremy Jeffress will remain on the restricted list while entering an unspecified treatment program following an arrest on a drunken driving charge.

Jeffress, who was arrested last week in Dallas, asked for privacy while in rehab.

MARLINS: Miami put pitcher David Phelps on the 15-day disabled list shortly before his scheduled start.

Phelps was supposed to pitch Wednesday night against the Mets in New York. Instead, he went on the DL because of a strained left oblique.

Jake Esch was recalled from Triple-A New Orleans to start in his major league debut. The 26-year-old righty was a combined 12-10 with a 4.31 ERA at Triple-A and Double-A.

Phelps was hurt on his first swing of batting practice Tuesday before Miami’s 7-4 loss to the Mets.

Phelps has been a key member of the Marlins’ pitching staff, appearing in 55 games.

He is 2-1 with a 2.59 in five starts since moving into the rotation on Aug. 5.

TWINS: Center fielder Danny Santana will likely miss the remainder of the season with an injured left shoulder.

Santana got hurt on Sunday in Toronto when he collided with teammate Robbie Grossman while trying to make a catch. The team placed him on the disabled list Monday.

A switch-hitter, Santana batting .240 with two homers, 14 RBI and 12 steals this season.

CUBS: Chicago recalled infielder Tommy La Stella from Triple-A Iowa and optioned reliever Spencer Patton to their top farm club.

La Stella was sent down on July 29, but refused to report to the minors. After weeks of dialogue between the New Jersey native and the team, La Stella joined Double-A Tennessee in mid-August.

The 27-year-old La Stella got the start at second for the series finale against Pittsburgh on Wednesday night. He is batting .295 with two homers and eight RBI in 51 games with major league-leading Chicago.

PADRES: San Diego put catcher Christian Bethancourt on the 15-day disabled list with a left intercostal strain.

The Padres recalled catcher Hector Sanchez from Triple-A El Paso.