Red Sox High-A (Greenville)
Allan Castro had a monster week. The switch-hitting outfielder went 8-for-20 with one triple and one home run. Castro's slashing .298/.373/.481 with six doubles, two triples, and three home runs in High-A. He's driven in 11 runs, scored 16 more, and stolen two bases in 27 games.
Roman Anthony is slashing .295/.415/.596 with 11 doubles, three triples, and 11 home runs in High-A. The left-handed hitting outfielder has driven in 33 runs, scored 33 more, and stolen two bases in 44 games. Anthony has walked 72 times in 86 games between Single-A and High-A.
Kyle Teel is slashing .414/.514/.483 with two doubles in seven games in High-A. The left-handed hitting catcher has driven in seven runs and scored seven more. He's walked nearly as many times (5) as he's struck out (6). Teel has caught four would-be-base-stealers at the level already.
Eddinson Paulino is starting to wake up. The left-handed hitting utility man has a .249/.331/.401 slash line with 22 doubles, four triples, and nine home runs. He's driven in 50 runs, scored 58 more, and stolen 23 bases. Paulino's a good defender at a few positions, and the offensive production hasn't been bad at all.
Bryan Gonzalez is slashing .256/.318/.422 with 14 doubles, seven triples, and 10 home runs. The right-handed hitting outfielder has driven in 50 runs, scored 63 more, and stolen 10 bases. Gonzalez has struck out a lot (129 times), but his power potential is legit.
Nick Decker went 4-for-7 in two games this week and hit for the cycle between those contests. The left-handed hitting outfielder is slashing .217/.330/.429 with 11 doubles, four triples, and six home runs. He's driven in 20 runs, scored 34 more, and stolen five bases.
Ronald Rosario went 5-for-10 with a triple this week. The right-handed hitting catcher is slashing .261/.352/.392 with 16 doubles, two triples, and four home runs between Single-A and High-A. He's driven in 42 runs, scored 41 more, and stolen one base.
Gilberto Jimenez is back in High-A and is stealing some bases. The switch-hitting outfielder is slashing .229/.260/.371 with seven doubles and one home run in High-A. He's driven in seven runs, scored 11 more, and stolen six bases in 18 games.
Cutter Coffey has struggled a bit in High-A, but it's still early, and he did hit a double and drive in a run on Sunday. The right-handed hitting shortstop is slashing .216/.330/.329 with 15 doubles, two triples, and six home runs between Single-A and High-A. He's driven in 33 runs, scored 55 more, and stolen 19 bases.
Felix Cepeda's performance since being promoted to High-A needs to be studied by future generations. The right-handed relief pitcher tossed three more scoreless innings over two appearances this week. That puts him at 14 shutout innings since being promoted. Cepeda has a 0.00 ERA, .114 BAA, and 0.57 WHIP in 14 innings in High-A. He's struck out 14 batters and only walked three. Cepeda is also a perfect 3-for-3 in save opportunities.