Boston Red Sox prospect watch: Major injury news dampens the day

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Red Sox High-A (Greenville)

Hunter Dobbins is on a hell of a run. The right-handed pitcher has allowed two earned runs over his last 20 innings. In that time, he has 25 strikeouts compared to zero walks. Dobbins has a 2.57 ERA, .211 BAA, and 0.89 WHIP in 35 innings. He's struck out 36 batters and walked four.

Isaac Coffey has a 2.63 ERA, .206 BAA, and 0.95 WHIP. The righty starter has struck out 75 batters compared to just 10 walks in 54 2/3 innings. He's allowed 10 home runs but hasn't surrendered one in any of his last four starts.

Angel Bastardo has a 4.02 ERA, .207 BAA, and 1.27 WHIP in 53 2/3 innings. He's struck out 71 batters and walked 27 batters. The right-handed pitcher has allowed just five earned runs over his last six starts (25 2/3 innings).

Wikelman Gonzalez has started to limit the walks to a degree and is racking up the Ks. The right-handed pitcher has a 5.95 ERA, .215 BAA, and 1.58 WHIP. Gonzalez has 70 strikeouts compared to 33 walks in 42 1/3 innings. He has 17 walks and 66 strikeouts in 33 2/3 innings since the start of May.

Dalton Rogers has now made three starts in High-A. The left-handed pitcher has allowed six runs in 13 2/3 innings (3.95 ERA) in those games. He's struck out 16 batters and walked 12. Rogers was dominant in Single-A and is settling in at his new level.

Jordan DiValerio has allowed one run over his last five appearances (12 1/3 innings). The righty reliever has a 2.79 ERA, .208 BAA, and 1.07 WHIP in 29 innings. DiValerio has struck out 26 batters and only walked nine.

Nate Tellier is down to a 2.60 ERA, .167 BAA, and 1.21 WHIP in 17 1/3 innings. The right-handed reliever has struck out 22 batters and walked 11. Seven of those walks came in his first four appearances (five innings). He's cleaned it up since then.

Blaze Jordan is slashing .300/.351/.483 with 15 doubles, one triple, and seven home runs. The right-handed hitting corner infielder has driven in 37 runs, scored 30 more, and stolen one base. Jordan continues to hit even with the lineup around him disappearing.

Ronald Rosario's bat has been a pleasant surprise lately. The right-handed hitting catcher is slashing .305/.388/.424 in High-A and .278/.388/.426 between Single-A and High-A combined. Rosie has hit nine doubles, one triple, and two home runs. He's driven in 18 runs and scored 24 more.

Tyler Miller's quietly strong season continues. The left-handed hitting corner infielder/outfielder is slashing .258/.312/.444 with 11 doubles and four home runs. He's driven in 21 runs, scored 19 more, and stolen six bases. The 11 doubles are already a career-high.

Bryan Gonzalez is slashing .234/.301/.413 with five doubles, five triples, and five home runs. The right-handed hitting outfielder has driven in 26 runs, scored 29 more, and stolen three bases. Gonzalez is working on an eight-game hitting streak.

Max Ferguson holds a .240/.359/.344 slash line with 10 doubles and three home runs. The left-handed hitting outfielder/second baseman has driven in 18 runs, scored 34 more, and stolen 23 bases. Ferguson's batting average is improved nicely from last year, and he finds ways to get on base.

Eddinson Paulino is slashing .234/.311/.381 with 12 doubles, four triples, and three home runs. The left-handed hitting second baseman has driven in 23 runs, scored 35 more, and stolen 13 bases. Pauli has been very streaky this year but is showing signs of breaking out.

Karson Simas was promoted to High-A this week. The right-handed hitting second baseman/outfielder appeared in three games, going 1-for-7 with two walks. He drove in two runs and scored two more.

Alex Erro is having an incredible month, slashing .467/.550/.600. The switch-hitting catcher/first baseman has a .273/.365/.352 slash line with four doubles and one home run on the season. He's driven in 13 runs, scored 17 more, and stolen five bases.

Nick Decker is slashing .191/.336/.382 with seven doubles, two triples, and two home runs. He's driven in nine runs, scored 18 more, and stolen four bases. Decker is having a solid month, slashing .261/.308/.565 with four doubles and a home run.