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Eovaldi (shoulder), Hosmer (back) to IL

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Track recent trade and injury updates for the Red Sox throughout the season.

August. 23: SS Xander Bogaerts withdraws due to middle back spasm

As Boston’s injuries continued to mount, the Bogaerts were taken off defense in the seventh inning of Tuesday’s game against the Blue Jays. When the Bogaerts came on, Bobby Dalbec played at first base, Franchy Cordero switched to midfield, and Kiké Hernández moved from midfield to short.

August. 23: OF Tommy Pham withdraws due to lower back spasms

Tuesday marked the second time in Pham’s past three starts that he left midway through a game with a back injury. This time, Pham hit the monster while trying to catch a double from Jackie Bradley Jr. to lead Toronto’s eight-thirds lead. Pham grimaced after hitting the wall. Red Sox manager Alex Cora and a training staff came out to check on Van, and he ran off the court shortly thereafter. Rob Refsnyder entered the game in right field and replaced Pham in the starting position. Alex Verdugo moves from right to left. The Red Sox diagnosed Fan’s injury as a back spasm and said the outfielder was a routine.

August. 23: RHP Nathan Eovaldi for 15 days of IL
When Eovaldi was out on Aug. 18 in Pittsburgh with a sore trapezius, the plan was for the right-handed pitcher to play at home on Aug. 23. pitched in the first game. Blue Jays. With Eovaldi not progressing, the Red Sox put him on the 15-day injured list, retroactive to Aug. 19, with right shoulder inflammation.

August. 23: Red Sox ‘hopeful’ RHP Tanner Houck to pitch again in ’22
Hawke received good news during his latest checkup with a spine specialist, and the Red Sox now hope to pitch again this season. The right wing was placed on the injured list on August 9 (retroactive to August 6). Hawke went 5-4 with a 3.15 ERA and eight saves in 28 of 32 games in the bullpen this season.

“He pitched on the flat today,” Red Sox manager Ya Alex Cora said. “So now he’s got the green light to move on. So we just have to nurture him and see how it goes and hopefully he can come back at some point this season.”

August. 23: 2B Trevor Story set as a recovery task
Boston’s second baseman rehabilitated from hairline fracture With a corner in his right hand, he has been given the green light to begin his minor league rehab assignment with Double-A Portland on Wednesday. Story injured his hand on July 12 when he was hit by the pitch he swung at Tropicana Field. Initially, it was diagnosed as a bone contusion. A few weeks later, Story had a follow-up examination and found a fractured hairline.

“I don’t know how many bats he needs or how many games , but we’ll be patient and he’ll let us know as soon as he’s ready,” manager Alex Cora said.

August. 23: 1B Eric Hosmer for 10 days of IL
Hosmer, who did not play in the Minor League Classic in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, was placed on the injured list for 10 days, retroactive to Aug. 21, with lower back inflammation .

“He went to the doctor yesterday,” manager Alex Cora said. “Hopefully he’s back soon. We’ve had some talks with the guys in Kansas City and San Diego. He’s out of that game and that’s a big red flag. So we’re going to stay away from him and treat him, do what we can to get him. Come back. But it doesn’t feel like it’s going to take too long. But obviously, he’s responding to therapy, obviously getting some rest, which is good for him.”

August. 23: 1B/OF Franchy Cordero, RHP Josh Winckowski recalled from Triple-A Worcester
Cordero joined Aug. 21 as the 27th in the Minor League Classic and hit a tying homer in the eighth inning against the Orioles beat. Cordero, who hit .222 with five homers and 25 RBIs in 73 games, was recalled by Worcester along with Winckowski, who got the nod in the series opener on Aug. 23 against the Blue Jays.

RHP Nathan Eovaldi (Inflammation of right shoulder)

Expected return: To be determined
Eovaldi on August 23 was placed in IL for a period of 15 days, retroactive to August 19. The right-hander was scratched while starting Aug. 18 in Pittsburgh due to a sore trapezius muscle. Iowaldi’s last pitch came on Aug. 12 against the Yankees, where he dropped two runs in six innings.

“He can’t bounce back,” manager Alex Cora said . “Nothing structural, just feeling a little sore. Got to see the doctor again today and had some tests yesterday.” (Last updated: Aug 23)

2B Trevor’s Story (Fractured hairline, right wrist) Expected return: End of August/early of September
The story will begin August 24th for Double-A Portland’s minor league rehab mission. The second baseman last played for the Red Sox on July 12. The Red Sox are keeping an open mind about how many rehab games Story will need. (


Updated: August 23)

RHP Tanner Houck (lumbar inflammation)
expected profit: September
Hawke, Boston was closer, got some good news in his recent meeting with a back specialist and resumed throwing. The Red Sox “hope” he can pitch again this season. Hawke was placed on the 15-day injured list on Aug. 9, retroactive to Aug. 6. (Last update: August 23)

RHP Brayan Bello (left groin strain)
Expected earnings: Late August
Bello on August 19th In his second minor league rehab game, he moved up to triple-A Worcester. The rookie right hand allowed four hits and one over 4 1/3 innings, two walks, five strikeouts and 80 pitches.

“Everything is going well,” Red Sox manager Alec Skolla said. “Let’s see how he reacts tonight, we’ll make a decision this week.”

(last update: 8/20)

RHP Tyler Danish (strained right forearm)

Expected return: Late August
August On the 14th, the Dane made his third appearance on Portland’s minor league rehab assignment, pitching 1 2/3 scoreless innings. However, manager Alex Cora said relief workers tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, which will slightly slow his return to the major league club. Cora says the Dane will at least throw a few bullpen when the Reds test negative before Sox decides to activate him. (Last update: August 18)

LHP Josh Taylor(Lower Back Pull injury) Expected return: Pending
Taylor has had multiple back issues and hasn’t pitched in the majors this season, and it’s unclear if he will.

“Still going through his progress,” Red Sox manager Aya Alex Cora said. “He’s had good days and bad days and he’s been on and off for the past few weeks. He can’t actually take the next step physically. It doesn’t help the mechanics and all that. It’s all about health. Just the buildup and all that. Stuff, he can’t stay positive for three days in a row. He’s frustrated. He’s a guy we thought would be involved, let’s see what happens in the future, but so far, he’s just experiencing his progress .”

(Last updated: August 20)

James Paxton (Tommy John surgery, left latissimus dorsi strain)
Expected Earnings:
To be determined
Paxton intends to pitch three innings in the Florida General League game on August 18, but faces After two batters, he was eliminated with a strained left back. The official diagnosis was a strain. Paxton will undergo an MRI on Aug. 20, at which point the Red Sox should have a better idea if he’s realistic about pitching this season. (last update: August 19)

LHP Chris Sale (left fifth finger fracture and right wrist fracture)

Expected Earnings: Offseason The sale is July 17th at Yankee Stadium One of the comebacks broke his left pinky finger, and his return this season has been in question. But Searle’s hopes of pitching again in 2022 were dashed due to a broken right wrist in a cycling accident on Aug. 8. 6. The left-handed had surgery on August 8. (Last update: August 9)



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