Found February 08, 2012 on Ted's Army:
PLAYERS: Ryan Kalish
TEAMS: Boston Red Sox

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Just a quick update on Ryan Kalish...

Ryan is recovering from surgery on his left shoulder performed November and neck surgery that was performed in September. The surgery was a result of a diving catch made in Pawtucket in April of last season. He hasn't done much more than rehab over the past few months and he is still a couple months away from full practice sessions. He is on course for his projected return to the minors around May or June. Kalish has a long road to recovery and it is going to be a while before we see him in right for the Red Sox.

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