Red Sox activated OF Ryan Kalish from the 60-day disabled list.
Ryan Kalish (shoulder, back) hopes to be medically cleared by spring training.
Ryan Kalish (shoulder) will undergo cervical fusion surgery on his back Tuesday.
Ryan Kalish (shoulder) hopes to get clearance to swing a bat when he visits with doctors early next week in Boston.
Red Sox placed OF Ryan Kalish on the 60-day disabled list with a shoulder injury.
Ryan Kalish is expected to need five months to fully recover from his recent shoulder surgery.
Ryan Kalish underwent a successful right shoulder arthroscopy and posterior labrum repair on Wednesday.
Ian Browne of MLB.com reports that Ryan Kalish surgery on his right shoulder performed by Dr. Lewis Yocum next week.
Rob Bradford of WEEI.com confirms that Ryan Kalish will likely need surgery.
The Boston Globe's Nick Cafardo expects Ryan Kalish to platoon with Jonny Gomes in left field next season.
Ryan Kalish claims he feels the best he has in two years, and that his right shoulder has fully recovered.
Ryan Kalish (shoulder) was used as a pinch-runner in Wednesday's loss to the visiting Rays.
Ryan Kalish (shoulder) has been shut down for the season.
Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine said Ryan Kalish's playing time since his call-up has been limited due to a shoulder injury.