Rutledge, 26, began the 2015 season on the Angels' Triple-A Salt Lake roster, batting .274 (85-for-310) with 19 doubles, three triples, five homers, 32 RBI, 19 walks, and 45 runs scored. For the Bees, he has appeared at shortstop (38 games), second base (14 games), and third base (13 games). He also appeared in three games on rehab in the Rookie-level Arizona League this season. Originally selected by Colorado in the third round of the 2010 June Draft, the native of Alabama has appeared in 266 major league games in his career, all with the Rockies from 2012-14, hitting .259 (226-for-871) with 42 doubles, 13 triples, 19 homers, 89 RBI, 51 walks, and 126 runs scored. His big league career includes experience at shortstop (140 games, 127 starts), second base (82 games, 75 starts), and third base (five games, all starts). Last season, Rutledge played in a career-high 105 major league games and hit .269 (83-for-309), including a .346 average (44-for-127) with runners on base and a .319 average (23-for-72) with runners in scoring position.
Castillo, 28, has made 26 appearances in one stint with the major league club this season, starting 14 games in right field and four in center field. He has hit .230 (17-for-74) with six runs scored, a double, a home run, and six RBI, and went 6-for-13 (.462) with two out and runners in scoring position. The Cuban native has appeared 17 times in center field (16 starts) and 16 times in right field (14 starts) for Pawtucket this season, batting .282 (44-for-156) with 17 runs scored, seven doubles, three home runs, 17 RBI, and 10 stolen bases. Castillo has played in 36 career major league games since signing with the Red Sox on August 23, 2014, hitting .264 (29-for-110) with 12 runs scored, two doubles, three home runs, and 12 RBI. He last appeared in a major league game on June 21 at Kansas City, prior to being optioned to Pawtucket on June 23.