Red Sox Injuries and Roster Moves

Photo Credit Boston Herald

Photo Credit Boston Herald

Over the past few days there have been some Red Sox roster moves and injuries. Here is the latest.


Stephen Drew (.213/.313/.409) has been put on the 15-day DL with a strain in his right hamstring. His DL date is retroactive to June 29th. He is expected to be back into game action mid July.

Andrew Miller (1-2, 2.64 ERA) has been put on the 15-day DL with an injury to his right foot. He injured his foot jogging to back up home plate in a game against the Angels on July 6th. X-rays were negative on his foot, however he is in a walking boot and will be headed back to Boston to see a specialist. No return date is available at this time.

Shane Victorino (.285/.331/.395) is once again nursing a sore left hamstring. His hamstring tightened up on him during the July 6th game against the Angels. He is labeled as day-to-day, but this issue is one to watch based on his history with his legs this season.

Corresponding Roster Moves:

Brandon Snyder was recalled from Pawtucket on June 28th. Snyder adds depth to first and third base. He has a little bit of pop in his bat as well. This season in Pawtucket he has hit .267/.338/.470 with 10 home runs. Since his call up, he has hit .273/.273/.500 with 1 home run.

Brock Holt has been recalled from Pawtucket. Holt is a utility man who can play second, third and shortstop. In 60 games in Pawtucket this season Holt hit .263/.335/.297 He will see quite a bit of playing time at 3rd while Drew is on the DL.

Alfredo Aceves has been recalled from Pawtucket. Aceves will be used in relief and will be replacing Andrew Miller. This season in his stints in Boston he has a 5.05 ERA in 35.2 innings while striking out 24 and walking 22.

Jose De La Torre has been recalled for the bullpen as well. This season in Boston he has a 5.06 ERA in 5 innings pitched. In those 5 innings he allowed 3 runs while striking out 5 and walking 4.

Jonathan Diaz has been sent back down to Pawtucket to make room on the roster for Brock Holt. Diaz spent five games up in Boston without recording a hit. In Pawtucket this season he has hit .242./.350/.341.

Tyler Moore- MLB Contributor- Title Town Sports

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