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Theo's Cubbies May Give Kalish Another Shot

Kalish & A Fan (FN Photo)Ryan Kalish was once the Red Sox right-fielder of the future. Then, a cascade of injuries short-circuited his promising career. The most severe of these was cervical fusion surgery—just eight months ago. And yet, Kalish is on the verge of winning a roster spot on Theo Epstein's 2014 Cubbies. He's hitting .300 this Spring and things are looking up. Most...
Via FenwayNation
March 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Ryan Kalish Undergoing Another Surgery Today

Ryan Kalish With A Young Red Sox FanRyan Kalish was once considered the next 'can't miss' outfield prospect in the Red Sox organization. He and Josh Reddick were pegged to be fixtures at Fenway for years to come. Well, Reddick is now in Oakland and, today, the 25-year old Kalish is facing his fifth surgery in less than two years. In an L.A. hospital, Kalish will undergo "cervical...
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August 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Ryan Kalish should be back with the Red Sox in 5-6 months

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 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...
Via RedSoxLife
January 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Red Sox outfielder Ryan Kalish will undergo shoulder surgery, again

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 setback.  According to sources Kalish will undergo another surgery sometime next week. This time it...
Via RedSoxLife
January 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Recovering Red Sox OF Kalish resumes throwing

Red Sox outfielder Ryan Kalish on Wednesday threw for the first time this spring. Kalish, who had offseason surgeries on his neck and left shoulder that will leave him unavailable until June, made about 30 throws from about 45 feet, as the recovery process continues. ''It was great. It felt good,'' Kalish said. ''My shoulder is still surgically repaired, I'm still getting used...
Via FOX Sports
February 29, 2012  |  Discuss

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