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As Ryan Kalish's recovery timeline continues to develop it’s been
reported that the Sox outfielder will need five to six months to recover from his
arthroscopy and posterior labrum repair - this coming from source at WEEI.com in Boston.
If the timetable is correct then that puts
Kalish back on track for a June return to the Sox lineup. For Kalish a return
to the Red Sox roster will depend on two things: A success recovery and a minor
league stint as he works his way back to the Majors.
Kalish is one of Boston’s top prospects and at age 25 the injury-prone outfielder is looking to find his
place on the team. In 2010 he started 44 games for the Red Sox ending the
season with a .252 batting average, 26 runs, 4 home runs and 24 RBI.
In 2012 Kalish was called upon once again to
help an ailing Sox outfield. He started 26 games until he was optioned to the
Pawtucket Red Sox in July. Kalish finished the season with 12 runs, 0 home runs
and 5 RBI during his time in the team.
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It was learned last week that Boston Red Sox OF Ryan Kalish would need to undergo shoulder surgery costing him a chance to make the team out of 2013 spring training.
On Wednesday, the Red Sox announced that Kalish's shoulder surgery was successful.
Here's the release:
BOSTON, MA - Red Sox outfielder Ryan Kalish underwent a successful right shoulder arthroscopy...
Gary Tuck has resigned as Boston Red Sox bullpen coach for personal reasons, WEEI.com reported. Tuck, the only member of the previous coaching staff to remain from last season after former manager Bobby Valentine’s departure, also was the team's catching instructor. The 58-year-old Tuck also had taken a leave of absense last year, citing personal reasons. "He felt...
An official with knowledge of the deal says the Boston Red Sox have signed first baseman Lyle Overbay to a minor league contract.
The official spoke on the condition of anonymity because the deal had not been announced.
If he makes the Boston roster out of spring training, Overbay would share duties with Mike Napoli.
Overbay is a career .270 hitter with 133 homers and 581 RBI...
When well-respected bullpen coach Gary Tuck decided to suddenly retire earlier this week, Jason Varitek seemed like a logical fit. It appears Varitek will remain in his current role as special assistant to general manager Ben Cherington, though.
According to WEEI.com’s Alex Speier, it does not appear that Varitek is being considered, or even wants to be considered, for the position...
For the 11th straight year, the Boston Red Sox held their annual event on Jackie Robinson's birthday to celebrate the life the legend. This year, Robinson's son David decided to join the festivities. David Robinson participated by visiting Rogers Middle School in Hyde Park and McCormack Middle School in Dorchester. The purpose of the event is to educated young students of...
Gary Tuck earned what so many seek to earn throughout their coaching careers: respect. So while replacing a bullpen coach hardly leads to the fanfare of signing a free agent or executing a trade, the Red Sox need to choose wisely in replacing Tuck.
Immediately, the name that comes to mind is Jason Varitek.
The former Red Sox captain rejoined the organization in September as a special...
Economist Andrew Zimbalist has been studying sports for a long time, writing his first book about the business of baseball all the way back in 1992.
In a recent interview, NESN Daily‘s Adam Pellerin sat down with Zimbalist, a professor of economics at Smith College, to talk about the Red Sox’ ownership, with Zimbalist saying the group is among the best in professional sports...
Tickets to most of the Red Sox’ 2013 regular season home games are already on sale. The tickets that a lot of people have been waiting for will soon be as well.
Registration for the opportunity to purchase Opening Day, Green Monster, and Red Sox-Yankees tickets began at noon on Wednesday and will run through noon on the day of each drawing. Fans are invited to register on redsox...
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Starter: Mike Napoli
Alternative(s): Mauro Gomez, Mark Hamilton, Daniel Nava
This is admittedly the position where the Sox' depth is most lacking, a considerable issue given that -- even though...
The Toronto Blue Jays have agreed to terms with infielder Andy LaRoche on a minor league contract that includes an invitation to spring training.
LaRoche appeared in 96 games for the Triple-A teams of the Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox last season, batting .251 with 20 doubles, 12 home runs and 41 RBIs.
The right-handed hitter has played in 403 big league games for the Los...
A-Rod Faces Media
I don’t spend much time defending the New York Yankees. As a Boston Red Sox fan, I readily yell “Yankees S***!” at Fenway Park. I think the Yankee organization is actually evil incarnate: that those who wear pinstripes to play baseball are inherently the devils of the diamond. I think that Aaron Boone has an unmentionable middle name, and that Johnny Damon...
The Red Sox may have filled the most obvious hole on their roster today by agreeing to a minor-league deal with Lyle Overbay, according to Rob Bradford of WEEI.
I was all ready to line up joke after joke about Overbay being old (36) and always hurt, but really on a minor-league deal this is a solid move. He's a patient hitter (career OBP .353 vs. AVG of .270) with plenty of...
Drafted in the ninth round of the 2006 MLB Draft, the Boston Red Sox have held high expectations for talented outfielder Ryan Kalish. As the Trot Nixon and JD Drew years are now behind them, the team has been searching for a right fielder to succeed the previous champions who patrolled the position. Unfortunately, Kalish's bright career has been consistently sidetracked due to...