A sore right hand has limited Red Sox catcher Ryan Hanigan to appearances in just two of the last 13 games, the Boston Globe reports. Torey Lovullo expects Hanigan to get at least one more game in before the end of the season. In the meantime, he's has been leaning on rookie Blake Swihart.
Red Sox catcher Ryan Hanigan has returned to the starting lineup for Monday's game against the Yankees. Hanigan was scractched from Saturday's lineup with a tight calf muscle, and did not play Sunday either. But he's back behind the plate and batting eighth in the series-opener against the Yankees.
Red Sox catcher Ryan Hanigan was scratched from Saturday's lineup against the Mets due to a tight calf muscle. Hanigan was set to make his first start behind the plate since Tuesday, but instead he'll give way to Blake Swihart. The severity of Hanigan's injury is not yet known.
The Red Sox gave catcher Ryan Hanigan a day off on Saturday, after he caught eight of the last 10 games. Hanigan is replaced in the lineup by Blake Swihart, who will be in the lineup at catcher for the 40th time this year but just the third time in the month of July.
Red Sox catcher Ryan Hanigan was as close to perfect as you could get on Sunday against the Astros. Hanigan went 3 for 3 with a walk and two RBI in a 5-4 win. Hanigan has a slash line of .242/.367/.318 this season.