Boston Red Sox prospect watch: Final prospect watch of the season

The 2023 MiLB season is coming to a close, and we cap it off with the final Boston Red Sox prospect watch of the year.
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Red Sox High-A (Greenville)

Eddinson Paulino is slashing .257/.338/.420 with 28 doubles, four triples, and 12 home runs. The left-handed hitting utility has driven in 58 runs, scored 68 more, and stolen 26 bases. Paulino is one steal and one home run away from tying his career highs.

Bryan Gonzalez is slashing .252/.317/.404 with 15 doubles, seven triples, and 11 home runs. He's driven in 56 runs, scored 68 more, and stolen 15 bases. Gonzalez possesses plus-raw power but needs to cut back on the strikeouts.

Allan Castro is slashing .283/.355/.446 with 11 doubles, two triples, and four home runs in High-A. The switch-hitting outfielder has driven in 17 runs, scored 23 more, and stolen four bases in 43 games.

Kristian Campbell has a .267/.400/.422 slash line with two doubles, one triple, and one home run in High-A. The right-handed hitting third baseman has driven in three runs, scored five more, and stolen one base in 14 games. Campbell was the 132nd pick in the 2023 MLB Draft and is already giving the Red Sox a nice return.

Tyler Miller is slashing .263/.315/.422 with 21 doubles, three triples, and nine home runs. The left-handed hitting corner infielder/outfielder has driven in 51 runs, scored 50 more, and stolen 19 bases. Miller has only appeared in 91 games this season but has already set new career bests in doubles and triples.

Nick Decker has quietly been solid in the second half of the season. The left-handed hitting outfielder is slashing .218/.325/.422 with 14 doubles, four triples, and seven home runs. He's driven in 24 runs, scored 37 more, and stolen eight bases.

Luis Perales allowed three earned runs in five innings in his lone start this week. The right-handed pitcher has a 3.91 ERA, .230 BAA, and 1.42 WHIP between Single-A and High-A. He's struck out 115 batters compared to 50 walks in 89 2/3 innings.

Yordanny Monegro allowed two runs over five innings in his second High-A start. The righty has a 2.06 ERA, .194 BAA, and 1.10 WHIP between the FCL, Single-A, and High-A. He's struck out 93 batters compared to 26 walks in 65 2/3 innings.

Robert Kwiatkowski pitched five innings this week, allowing two runs. He struck out five batters and only walked one. The right-handed reliever has a 4.10 ERA, .207 BAA, and 1.06 WHIP between High-A and Double-A. He's struck out 50 batters compared to 18 walks in 59 1/3 innings.