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Red Sox High-A (Greenville)

Blaze Jordan had his 12-game hitting streak snapped on Sunday. The right-handed hitting third baseman is dominating this season, though. He has a .314/.356/.516 slash line with 15 doubles, one triple, and seven home runs. Jordan's driven in 36 runs, scored 28 more and stolen one base.

Brainer Bonaci is slashing .340/.398/.524 with eight doubles, one triple, and three home runs. The switch-hitting shortstop has driven in 19 runs, scored 14 more, and stolen four bases. Bonaci was pulled from the game on Friday and missed the last two games of the series. Hopefully, he'll be back soon.

Eduardo Lopez enjoyed some big games to boost his season numbers this week. The switch-hitting outfielder is slashing .281/.362/.412 with seven doubles, one triple, and two home runs. He's driven in 23 runs, scored 26 more, and stolen 10 bases.

Ronald Rosario had one of the better weeks in the system, picking up a hit in all four games he appeared in. That included a 4-for-4 performance on Sunday. The right-handed hitting catcher is slashing .267/.382/.426 with eight doubles, one triple, and two home runs between Single-A and High-A. He's driven in 17 runs and scored 22 more.

Eddinson Paulino is slashing .239/.320/.386 with nine doubles, four triples, and three home runs. The left-handed hitting utility has driven in 21 runs, scored 32 more, and stolen 12 bases (in 12 attempts). Paulino has seemed frustrating close to a full-blown breakout for the last few weeks.

Max Ferguson has a .250/.376/.360 slash line with nine doubles and one home run. The left-handed hitting outfielder/second baseman has driven in 17 runs, scored 34 more, and stolen 23 bases.

Tyler Miller has a six-game hitting streak going for him at the moment. The left-handed hitting corner infielder/outfielder is slashing .252/.298/.466 with 10 doubles, one triple, and four home runs. He'd driven in 19 runs, scored 14 more, and stolen four bases. Despite having 327 fewer at-bats, Miller has already tied his doubles total from last season.

Bryan Gonzalez is slashing .229/.302/.424 with three doubles, five triples, and five home runs. The right-handed hitting outfielder has driven in 24 runs, scored 24 more, and stolen three bases.

Something you have to love seeing from Wikelman Gonzalez lately has been his ability to give the team innings even when he's not dominating. The right-handed pitcher allowed four runs on three hits and four walks in his lone start this week. He managed to strike out seven and give Greenville five innings, though. Gonzalez has a 6.32 ERA, .223 BAA, and 1.70 WHIP over 37 innings. He's struck out 61 batters and walked 32. I say this a lot but don't worry about the numbers. It's more the fact that he's consistently improving that matters.

Isaac Coffey is on the type of run that makes you wonder when his promotion is coming. The right-handed pitcher has now had three straight outings of six shutout innings. Coffey holds a 2.54 ERA, .205 BAA, and 0.93 WHIP in 49 2/3 innings. He's struck out 69 batters compared to eight walks. The 10 home runs seem like an issue, but at least he hasn't given one up in his last three starts.

Hunter Dobbins had another great start this week. The right-handed pitcher allowed three runs (two earned) on five hits over six innings. He struck out seven batters without walking any. Dobbins has a 3.21 ERA, .223 BAA, and 0.96 WHIP over 28 innings. He's struck out 28 batters and only walked four.

Angel Bastardo made a pair of solid starts this week. He combined to allow six runs (four earned) over 9 2/3 innings. The right-handed pitcher has a 4.34 ERA, .209 BAA, and 1.30 WHIP. He's struck out 64 batters compared to 25 walks in 47 2/3 innings.

Dalton Rogers had some issues in his second High-A start, but that's to be expected after a promotion. The right-handed pitcher has a 3.56 ERA, .155 BAA, and 1.29 WHIP over 30 1/3 innings between Single-A and High-A. He's struck out 50 batters and walked 22.

Jordan DiValerio had a phenomenal week. The righty reliever tossed 5 1/3 shutout innings over two appearances. DiValerio has a 2.88 ERA, .217 BAA, and 1.16 WHIP in 25 innings. He's struck out 22 batters and walked nine.

Nate Tellier also had a scoreless week. The right-handed reliever didn't allow a run in three innings over two outings. Tellier has a 2.76 ERA, .175 BAA, and 1.29 WHIP in 16 1/3 innings. The Boston native has 20 strikeouts compared to 11 walks.