Red Sox Single-A (Salem)
Yordanny Monegro had another one of his dominant starts this week. The right-handed pitcher tossed five scoreless innings, allowing three hits and one walk while striking out 11 batters. Monegro has a 2.56 ERA, .223 BAA, and 1.29 WHIP in Single-A. He's struck out 47 batters compared to 14 walks in 31 2/3 innings. Monegro's swagger on the mound has made him an instant fan favorite.
Christian Nunez made his first Single-A appearance of the season. The righty didn't allow a run over four innings of work. He gave up one hit but didn't walk anyone and struck out six batters.
Noah Dean was trying to convert from a reliever to a starter this season. We saw a few good outings, but for the most part, it featured a lot of struggles. The lefty made his first appearance out of the bullpen this week and cooked. Dean fired off four shutout innings on Sunday. He allowed one hit and two walks while striking out six batters.
Luis De La Rosa allowed one unearned run on one hit and one walk over three innings this week. The righty reliever also struck out five batters. De La Rosa has a 3.60 ERA, .212 BAA, and 1.36 WHIP in 55 innings. He's struck out 65 batters compared to 33 walks.
Gabriel Jackson surrendered one run on two hits over four innings this week. He didn't walk anyone and struck out three batters. Jackson has a 3.12 ERA, .269 BAA, and 1.32 WHIP in 60 2/3 innings. He's struck out 38 batters compared to 19 walks.
Albertson Asigen is currently riding an eight-game hitting streak. The right-handed hitting outfielder is slashing .342/.458/.456 with two doubles, two triples, and one home run in Single-A. He's driven in seven runs, scored 14 more, and stolen five bases.
Marvin Alcantara was promoted to Single-A this week and appeared in his first three games. The right-handed hitting shortstop went 1-for-11 with a double. He drove in two runs as well.
Mikey Romero is slashing .217/.288/.304 with four doubles and two triples in Single-A. The left-handed hitting shortstop has driven in nine runs, scored 11 more, and stolen two bases. There has been plenty of bad luck, with Romero hitting balls on the screws, but right to a defender.
Jhostynxon Garcia is on a seven-game hitting streak. The right-handed hitting outfielder is slashing .223/.315/.347 with 11 doubles, two triples, and three home runs. He's driven in 19 runs, scored 34 more, and stolen four bases.
Alexis Hernandez is on a seven-game hitting streak of his own. The right-handed hitting outfielder is slashing .255/.338/.376 with eight doubles and three home runs in Single-A. He's driven in 30 runs, scored 19 more, and stolen nine bases.
Luis Ravelo had a solid week and hit his first home run since May 10. The switch-hitting shortstop is slashing .220/.315/.296 with 13 doubles and four home runs. He's driven in 38 runs, scored 42 more, and stolen six bases.
Yorberto Mejicano boosted his numbers with a strong week. The right-handed hitting catcher/first baseman is slashing .277/.354/.445 with seven doubles, two triples, and five home runs. He's driven in 21 runs, scored 30 more, and stolen four bases.
Albert Feliz hit another tank this week and added a few doubles. The right-handed hitting first baseman/outfielder is slashing .236/.316/.371 with 15 doubles, one triple, and five home runs. He's driven in 31 runs and scored 30 more.
Endero Lira is moving his numbers up as well. The right-handed hitting catcher is slashing .253/.275/.309 with seven doubles and one home run. He's driven in 23 runs and scored 16 more.
Lyonell James was uplifted by a three-hit game this week. The right-handed hitting corner infielder is slashing .245/.315/.327 with 12 doubles and three home runs. He's driven in 40 runs, scored 32 more, and stolen two bases.