Red Sox prospect Henry Owens has found a nice rhythm ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Adam Hunger for The Boston Globe Henry Owens, one of the top pitching prospects in the Red Sox organization, ran his record to 11-3 with a dominant performance against Trenton Tuesday. Adam Hunger for The Boston Globe Henry Owens is more than a little pumped after a big moment in his win over the Trenton Thunder. Owens had five strikeouts in 5.2 innings. Adam Hunger for The Boston Globe Henry Owens said one of his goals for the season is to pitcher deeper into ballgames. Adam Hunger for The Boston Globe Lanky lefthander Henry Owens strikes quite and imposing figure -- especially to lefthanded batters -- on the mound. Jim Davis/Boston Globe Red Sox pitcher Henry Owens, facing Northeastern during a spring training game in Fort Myers, Fla., has been on a meteoric rise through the organization. globe file photo Prized lefthander Henry Owens went 12-5 for the Greenville Drive in 2012, his first year in the Red Sox organization. Gene J. Puskar/AP Henry Owens is a pretty good pitcher -- but he plays a pretty mean guitar, too. Adam Hunger for The Boston Globe Henry Owens, one of the top lefthanded prospects in all of major league baseball, is always trying to get a leg up on the competition.