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Red Sox outfielder Ryan Kalish will most likely be searching for a good luck charm, rabbit's foot or anything else that might spare him continued agony. The injury prone outfielder was recovering from
surgery which repaired a torn labrum in his left shoulder when he hit another
According to sources Kalish will undergo another surgery sometime next week. This time it’s the 24 year-old’s right shoulder that’s in
need of repair.
The surgery will likely force the Red Sox outfielder to miss
the entire 2013 season, delaying his comeback another year. Kalish made his Red
Sox debut in 2010. Within two years Kalish has appeared in 89 games. He has a
.243 batting average with 38 runs, 4 homeruns and 29 RBI.
The most depressing part of this whole situation might be
Kalish’s response on his Twitter account. Kalish took to the social media
outlet to express his disappointment and frustration about his current
In the wake of this news the Red Sox re-sign...
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Kalish will have another surgery on his troublesome right
(non-throwing) shoulder next week, and would be sidelined throughout
spring training and miss a chance to earn a spot on the Red Sox’ Opening
According to a report from WEEI’s Rob Bradford on Friday, Red Sox outfielder Ryan Kalish will likely undergo surgery on an unspecified ailment and miss the entirety of spring training. According to Bradford, the ailment is not to Kalish’s neck, which has been an issue for the outfielder throughout the past year.
Kalish underwent two separate neck surgeries in 2012, one on a...
Life is good in Boston. Pedro Martinez and Jason Varitek have re-signed and everyone is hopeful for 2007. Wait, I've heard that line before. Well, although its 2013, Pedro and Varitek are both being signed by Boston, but this time it is as Special Assistants to the General Manager. While we fans are excited to see two legends come back and help their old team, what will this...
Ryan Sweeney will apparently get another chance with the Boston Red Sox.
The 27-year-old outfielder ended his own 2012 season, and will now have
to win a spot on the Sox 2013 Major League roster. The two sides agreed
upon a minor league contract, with an invitation to major league camp that would
allow him to elect free agency if he is not added to the major league roster...
Daniel Nava didn’t make his big league debut until he was 27, and he has since spent plenty of time bouncing back and forth between Boston and Triple-A Pawtucket. So when it comes to carving out a role for the Red Sox this season, the outfielder is willing to do anything it takes to stay in The Show.
The Red Sox apparently haven’t approached Nava about playing first base, though...
On Saturday, January 26th, 2013, the Pawtucket Red Sox opened their doors for their annual Hot Stove Event. Over 800 fans showed their support throughout the day by braving the cold and waiting patiently to meet top Red Sox Prospects. Outfielder Jackie Bradley, Jr (#2 in the Red Sox organization according to Baseball America), pitcher Allen Webster (#4), infielder Justin Henry and...
Tough news coming from Yahoo!Sports a few hours ago, as Red Sox outfielder Ryan Kalish will undergo shoulder surgery. According to the source, Kalish is expected to miss Spring Training and a possible return-time has yet to be announced. Kalish missed much of last season recovering from a surgery that repaired a torn labrum in his left shoulder last winter.
Given the current temperatures in Boston, it is easy to forget that spring is just around the corner. But Truck Day, the unofficial beginning of spring training for the Red Sox, reminds us that baseball season is coming.
This year, he team’s equipment truck is scheduled to depart Fenway Park around noon on Tuesday, Feb. 5. The 18-wheeler will then make the 1,480-mile trek to the...
The Red Sox have some serious talent down in the minor leagues, and on Friday a selection of that Triple-A talent gathered at Pawtucket for media day.
While Dan Butler headed to the Dominican for most of the winter, Justin Henry likewise played down in Venezuela to sharpen his game, and the two reflected on those international experiences Friday. For guys like Allen Webster and Jackie...
The Boston Red Sox had been tied to free agent Bobby Abreu
as a potential backup option at first base and in the outfield, but the team is
now unlikely to pursue the veteran for such a role, according to Nick Cafardo
of The Boston Globe.
Abreu wants to stay in baseball, and the Red Sox were among
the teams that tried him out. But I was told the Red Sox are unlikely to...
The fellas over at MLB.com's Hot
Stove discuss the upcoming 2013 Red Sox season. Analysts Jim Duquette (Yes the same Duquette family that infiltrated the Sox organization in years past) and Marlon
Anderson give a fair and honest assessment of the Sox leading up to
spring training in Fort Myers, Florida.
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As reported earlier this morning by Anthony Aidonidis the Red Sox pitching staff will report to
the Sox spring training facility in Ft. Meyers ahead of
their mandated February 12th date. This has to be an encouraging sign
for newly minted manager John Farrell as the Sox attempt to turn the page on a
disappointing 2012 season.
RedSox.com is reporting that manager...
The Red Sox were willing to give Bobby Abreu a look, but that might be the extent of their interest.
According to The Boston Globe’s Nick Cafardo, the Red Sox are unlikely to pursue Abreu as the backup first baseman/outfielder they’ve been seeking this winter.
On the surface, Abreu — if capable of playing an adequate first base (a big “if”) — would seem to make some...