Acosta is slashing .299/.333/.460 with 11 doubles and two triples, as well as seven home runs. He’s driven in 31 runs and scored 28 more while stealing two bases.
Campana’s average isn’t great (.238) but he holds a .475 slugging percentage. The 20-year-old has 12 doubles and four triples, as well as 11 home runs. He’s driven in 40 runs and scored 24 more while stealing one base. His triples and home runs, as well as RBI and slugging percentage, lead the team.
Cedrola is slashing .323/.358/.429 with 14 doubles and three triples. The 20-year-old has 19 RBI and 37 runs, as well as eight steals. His average leads the team, as do his doubles and runs scored.
The outfield isn’t the only impressive part of the team though. Michael Osinski continues to rake, as he’s brought his average up to .309.
The third baseman has six doubles and one triple, as well as two home runs on the year. Meanwhile, the right-handed 22-year-old has 19 runs scored and 25 RBI in just 152 at-bats. He already has 11 more RBI this season compared to last, in 10 fewer at-bats.
Denyi Reyes continues to dominate on the mound. The 21-year-old right-hander has a 2.01 ERA over 15 appearances (12 starts). He’s struck out 86 over 83 1/3 innings, walking just 11 along the way. His 0.93 WHIP and .214 BAA shouldn’t be overlooked either.
Jhonathan Diaz is the Red Sox 28th ranked prospect. His numbers this season for Greenville show why. The 21-year-old left-hander has a 3.84 ERA over 13 starts this year. He’s struck out 73 in 72 2/3 innings, compared to 20 walks. His .230 BAA and 1.13 WHIP are both better than his career-averages.