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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Red Sox High-A (Greenville)

Roman Anthony sure is having fun in High-A. The 19-year-old was promoted to start the week. Anthony slashed .320/.414/.640 with two doubles and two triples. The left-handed hitting outfielder drove in six runs and scored nine more. Anthony's been gaining a lot of traction lately, and this will only help. Acknowledge him.

Blaze Jordan in High-A has run its course. We've gotten to the point where he got intentionally walked in each of his last two ABs on Sunday because first base was open. The right-handed hitting corner infielder is slashing .323/.379/.546 with 19 doubles, one triple, and 10 home runs. He's driven in 47 runs, scored 37 more, and stolen one base.

Brainer Bonaci is back and went 1-for-4 with a walk and a double in his first game. The switch-hitting shortstop is slashing .336/.398/.523 with nine doubles, one triple, and three home runs. Bones has driven in 19 runs, scored 14 more, and stolen four bases.

Miguel Ugueto is slashing .211/.243/.309 with nine doubles, one triple, and two home runs. The right-handed hitting outfielder has driven in 18 runs, scored 18 more, and stolen 10 bases. Ugueto has a .298/.327/.511 slash line in June.

Bryan Gonzalez picked up the walk-off hit in Sunday's game for Greenville. The right-handed hitting outfielder is slashing .249/.310/.415 with seven doubles, five triples, and five home runs. Gonzalez has driven in 31 runs, scored 31 more, and stolen four bases.

Ronald Rosario's bat has been insane since being promoted to High-A. The right-handed hitting catcher is slashing .333/.405/.453 with six doubles and one home run with Greenville. Rosie has driven in nine runs and scored 16 more at the level.

Alex Erro is having a fantastic month. The switch-hitting catcher/first baseman is slashing .394/.475/.485 in June. He is up to a .283/.371/.358 slash line with five doubles and one home run on the season. Erro has driven in 15 runs, scored 20 more, and stolen six bases.

Tyler Miller had a big game on Sunday that included multiple hits and a home run. The left-handed hitting corner infielder/outfielder is slashing .263/.331/.459 with 11 doubles and five home runs. Miller's driven in 22 runs, scored 21 more and stolen six bases.

Dalton Rogers sure was special this week. The right-handed pitcher made one start, tossing six hitless innings. Rogers only allowed one walk and struck out 11 batters. He has a 2.61 ERA, .131 BAA, and 1.09 WHIP in 41 1/3 innings between Single-A and High-A. He's struck out 65 batters compared to 26 walks.

Hunter Dobbins allowed two runs on seven hits in six innings this week. The wild part was he struck out eight batters and allowed one walk. That was the first walk Dobbins allowed since May 20. The right-handed pitcher has a 2.63 ERA, .222 BAA, and 0.95 WHIP in 41 innings. He's struck out 44 batters and walked five.

Wikelman Gonzalez continues his great season turnaround. The right-handed pitcher worked five scoreless innings in his lone start. He allowed two hits and three walks while striking out seven batters. Gonzalez has a 5.32 ERA, .206 BAA, and 1.52 WHIP this year. He's struck out 77 batters compared to 36 walks in 47 1/3 innings.

Angel Bastardo has a 4.14 ERA, .214 BAA, and 1.30 WHIP in 58 2/3 innings. The right-handed pitcher has 76 strikeouts compared to 29 walks. Bastardo has been fantastic since his May 10 start, and having just turned 21 on June 18, is having an impressive season in High-A.

Isaac Coffey allowed three runs on nine hits in 5 2/3 innings this week. That's a lot of hits, but the right-handed pitcher did manage to walk no one and strike out eight. Coffey has a 2.83 ERA, .223 BAA, and 1.01 WHIP in 60 1/3 innings. He's struck out 83 batters and only has 10 walks.