Boston Red Sox prospect watch: Are more shakeups on the horizon?

A look around the Red Sox farm system for the past week
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Even more promotions threaten to shake things up again in the Boston Red Sox prospect watch

The Boston Red Sox continue their roller coaster of a season. This week is ending on a high note, though. Boston took a three-game sweep (that included a doubleheader) from their longtime rivals, the New York Yankees.

Could those good vibes reach down through the minor league system? Well, we saw a few more promotions and even more could be on the way. So things are certainly trending up for the Red Sox.

Brayan Bello had his best outing of the season against the Yankees on Sunday. The right-handed pitcher tossed seven innings of one-run baseball. He struck out eight batters in the game. Bello has a 3.49 ERA, .247 BAA, and 1.30 WHIP in 59 1/3 innings. He has 57 strikeouts compared to 20 walks.

Chris Murphy got another MLB outing and once again looked great. The left-handed pitcher has thrown six shutout innings between two appearances. He's only allowed three hits and one walk while striking out eight.

Josh Winckowski has a 2.38 ERA, 1.13 WHIP, and .237 BAA out of the bullpen this season. The right-handed pitcher has struck out 30 batters and walked 10 in 41 2/3 innings. He's won two games, has two saves, and picked up nine holds. Incredible value out of the bullpen.

Triston Casas is working on a four-game hitting streak. The left-handed hitting first baseman has a .210/.333/.379 slash line with 10 doubles, one triple, and seven home runs. He's driven in 22 runs and scored 26 more. Is that hill finally being climbed?

Masataka Yoshida had some big moments in the series against the Yankees, including the first four-hit game of his career. The left-handed hitting outfielder is slashing .308/.381/.483 with 17 doubles, two triples, and seven home runs. He's driven in 36 runs, scored 36 more, and stolen three bases.

Connor Wong is slashing .238/.303/.444 with 13 doubles and six home runs. The right-handed hitting catcher has driven in 17 runs, scored 27 more, and stolen one base. He's continuing his great defense, and the offensive numbers are creeping up.

Jarren Duran is here to stay. The left-handed hitting outfielder is slashing .288/.350/.441 with 18 doubles and three home runs. He's driven in 24 runs, scored 20 more, and has 11 steals. Duran made a spectaluar catch on Sunday as well, adding to a solid defensive season.