Boston Red Sox Prospect Watch: another season winding down

The Boston Red Sox propsect watch is back for nearly the final time of the 2023 season. Luckily, we've got a lot of action to go out on.
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Red Sox High-A (Greenville)

Yordanny Monegro and his electric show are in High-A now. The right-handed pitcher dazzled in his first start with Greenville. He tossed five scoreless innings, allowing just four hits and one walk. We had plenty of chances to see Monegro's swag, too. He struck out eight batters.

Luis Perales allowed five runs on seven hits in 5 2/3 innings. The righty struck out seven batters and walked two. He has a 3.83 ERA, .225 BAA, and 1.41 WHIP between Single-A and High-A. Perales has struck out 112 batters compared to 48 walks in 84 2/3 innings.

Zach Penrod allowed two hits over six scoreless innings this week. He struck out eight batters and walked two. The left-handed pitcher was in Independent Ball a few weeks ago. Now he's tossed 17 shutout innings in High-A. He has allowed nine hits and seven walks while striking out 17 batters.

Noah Song made two starts this week. The righty allowed four runs on six hits over 10 innings. He struck out seven batters and walked four. Song has a 3.86 ERA, .228 BAA, and 1.24 WHIP with Greenville. He's struck out 14 batters compared to eight walked in 21 innings.

Roman Anthony had a strong week, and his slash line is back up to .294/.412/.569 with 14 doubles, three triples, and 12 home runs in High-A. The left-handed hitting outfielder has driven in 38 runs, scored 41 more, and stolen two bases in 54 games.

Kyle Teel has some amazing plate appearances. The left-handed hitting catcher is slashing .377/.485/.938 with four doubles in High-A. He's driven in nine runs, scored 10 more, and stolen one base. Teel has as many walks (11) as strikeouts (11).

Kristian Campbell has taken to High-A quickly. The right-handed hitting utility is slashing .318/.483/.545 with one triple and one home run in eight games. He's driven in one run, scored four more, and stolen one base.

Eddinson Paulino is on fire at the plate. The left-handed hitting utility has four straight two-hit games. He's slashing .260/.342/.425 with 28 doubles, four triples, and 11 home runs. Pauli's driven in 57 runs, scored 66 more and stolen 25 bases.

Allan Castro is slashing .303/.374/.483 with 10 doubles, two triples, and four home runs in High-A. The switch-hitting outfielder has driven in 17 runs, scored 21 more, and stolen three bases in 38 games. Castro's up to 30 doubles on the season between Single-A and High-A.

Nick Decker continues to see his numbers slowly climb. The left-handed hitting outfielder is slashing .224/.329/.439 with 13 doubles, four triples, and seven home runs. He's driven in 22 runs, scored 35 more, and stolen eight bases.

Gilberto Jimenez is slashing .220/.248/.370 with seven doubles, one triple, and two home runs in High-A. The switch-hitting outfielder has driven in 15 runs, scored 17 more, and stolen six bases in 26 games.

Bryan Gonzalez has been a fantastic run producer this season. The right-handed hitting outfielder is slashing .254/.317/.404 with 14 doubles, seven triples, and 10 home runs. He's driven in 53 runs, scored 64 more, and stolen 11 bases.