Boston Red Sox prospect watch: Ceddanne Rafaela homered while I wrote this

Ceddanne Rafaela can't stop hitting home runs in Triple-A to lead the way in this week's Boston Red Sox prospect watch.
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Red Sox High-A (Greenville)

Bryan Gonzalez has boosted his numbers big time. After a slow start, the right-handed hitting outfielder slashing .356/.413/.562 in July and is slashing .381/.435/.524 in August. He now holds a .266/.322/.434 slash line with 14 doubles, six triples, and nine home runs. Gonzalez has driven in 46 runs, scored 56 more, and stolen seven bases.

Tyler Miller is 8-for-13 with two doubles, three triples, and a home run in his last four games. The left-handed hitting corner infielder/corner outfielder is slashing .279/.337/.462 with 15 doubles, three triples, and eight home runs. He's driven in 40 runs, scored 35 more, and stolen 13 bases.

Roman Anthony cooled down and is still slashing .298/.428/.645 in High-A. The left-handed hitting outfielder has nine doubles, two triples, and 10 home runs in 34 games. He's driven in 24 runs, scored 28 more, and stolen two bases.

Brainer Bonaci is slashing .302/.352/.476 with 15 doubles, one triple, and nine home runs. The switch-hitting shortstop has driven in 38 runs, scored 33 more, and stolen six bases. Bones has been a consistent part of the middle of the order for Greenville.

Eddinson Paulino is 7-for-16 with two doubles and a home run in his last four games. The left-handed hitting utility is slashing .246/.325/.411 with 21 doubles, four triples, and 13 home runs. He's driven in 43 runs, scored 53 more, and stolen 22 bases.

Luis Perales allowed no earned runs in five innings this week, striking out 10 batters. The right-handed pitcher has allowed four earned runs in 12 innings of work in High-A. He's struck out 18 batters compared to seven walks.

Brock Bell has been phenomenal since June 10. In 21 innings, he's allowed three earned runs. Two of those came on June 22. The righty reliever has a 2.55 ERA, .232 BAA, and 1.05 WHIP in High-A. He has 24 strikeouts compared to four walks in 24 2/3 innings.

Felix Cepeda has dominated since his promotion to Greenville. The right-handed reliever has yet to allow a run in 7 2/3 innings. He's surrendered just three hits and two walks in that time. Meanwhile, Cepeda has seven strikeouts and has even picked up a save.