Sandy Leon

#3 C / Boston Red Sox / EXP: 4YRS / MINORS Height: 5-10 Weight: 225 lb Age: 26 College: None Bats/Throws S/R

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    • by Sean d'Oliveira |

      Allen Craig among September call-ups for Red Sox

      The Red Sox will bring up outfielder Allen Craig on Tuesday when their roster expands, reports The Boston Globe. Craig was demoted earlier this season after hitting .135 with one home run and two RBI in 24 games. Along with Craig, the team also called up Ryan Cook, Noe Ramirez and Sandy Leon.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Red Sox activate Blake Swihart, DFA Sandy Leon

      The Red Sox activated catcher Blake Swihart from the disabled list, manager John Farrell said on Monday, per Comcast. Swihart hit .241 in previous stints with Boston this year. He was hitting .311 at Pawtucket. To make room, the Red Sox designated catcher Sandy Leon for assignment. Leon hit .180 in 33 games with Boston this year. "We need an upgrade on offense at the catching position. Sandy did an excellent job for us in the time that he was here," manager John Farrell said, per "With the choice of trying to get a little bit more offense, Blake is here."

    • by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

      Red Sox give young catcher Blake Swihart a breather Thursday

      Red Sox catcher Blake Swihart will get a rest on Thursday against the Rangers, as he is being held out of the starting lineup. The rookie catcher has started each of the last four games, but he's starting to turn things around at the plate. Swihart's been struggling offensively since his call-up on May 2, hitting just .170 on the year. But he has a hit in three of his last four games, so perhaps he is starting to adjust to Major League pitching. Sandy Leon will spell Swihart behind the plate and bat ninth on Thursday.

    • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

      Red Sox dropping down more bunts in 2015

      Red Sox manager John Farrell has been asking his players, speficially Xander Bogaerts, Blake Swihart and Sandy Leon, to drop down more bunts this season, according to "We've placed a greater emphasis on it in spring training," said Farrell. "Maybe guys that haven't done it in their Minor League career, guys that dominate the Minor Leagues [but are] going to come up and hit in the bottom third of our order ... you want to allow them to grow as Major League players, but to contribute to a rally by putting down a sacrifice bunt, there's a lot of benefit that goes to the individual." Boston has already dropped down 10 sacrifices this season in 36 games after only getting 20 down last season. "You go back to the game situation," said Farrell. "Did we anticipate an offense that would be more consistent than what we've shown? Yes, and we'll realize that in time. But where we are and what the game is suggesting and presenting to us, we've got to be equipped to handle that, and we've asked guys in those spots to lay a bunt down."

    • by Igor Mello |

      Red Sox's Blake Swihart receives another breather after 0-for-3 night

      Red Sox catcher Blake Swihart received another day of rest Wednesday afternoon against Oakland, after going 0 for 3 with a strikeout the previous night. Sandy Leon will get the start and bat ninth for Boston on Tuesday. Swihart is hitting .133 (4 for 30) with two doubles since joining the majors. Boston is an underdog (+131) at Oakland, per

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Sandy Leon replaces Blake Swihart in Red Sox lineup

      Sandy Leon gets the start at catcher for the Red Sox on Sunday. Leon will bat ninth in the order and replace Blake Swihart, who has started six of seven games since Ryan Hanigan went on the disabled list. Leon gets his eighth start of the season.

    • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

      Red Sox catcher Blake Swihart out of the lineup Monday

      Red Sox catcher Blake Swihart is out of the starting lineup, with Sandy Leon slotted behind the plate, according to the Boston Herald. Swihart started the last two games after being called up when Ryan Hanigan went down with an injury. Christian Vazquez didn't think Swihart would get the call Monday to catch Clay Buchholz because of his independence on the mound, according to the report. "I think he's the tough one to get on the same page with because he runs his game," Vazquez said. "He likes to run his game. But we talk a lot about that and get on the same page to not shake too much last year. It got better." Leon will make his seventh start and is hitting .200 with two RBI in 20 at-bats. The Red Sox are currently the favorites (-134) against Tampa Bay.

    • by Elliott Smith | Staff Writer

      Red Sox plan to use C Blake Swihart on regular basis

      Red Sox rookie catcher Blake Swihart is being thrown right into the fire after his recent call-up, as he was in the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the Yankees with plans to keep the youngster behind the plate for the foreseeable future, per the Providence Journal. Manager John Farrell said that Swihart will get the bulk of the starts, with Sandy Leon taking over the backup role. "We want to get to Blake in the flow of things as quickly as we can and yet recognizing and being a little bit sensitive when there may be a need for a breather," Farrell said.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Sandy Leon replaces Ryan Hanigan at catcher for Red Sox

      Sandy Leon is in the Red Sox starting lineup for Sunday's game at Baltimore, bumping Ryan Hanigan. Leon starts for the second time in four games and sixth time this season. The Sox are -105 money line favorites over Baltimore.

    • by Shawn Krest |

      Dustin Pedroia, Ryan Hanigan out of Red Sox's lineup on Sunday

      Second baseman Dustin Pedroia and catcher Ryan Hanigan are out of the Red Sox's starting lineup for Sunday's game against Baltimore. Pedroia is hitless in his last two games with three strikeouts. He's getting a rest on Sunday. Brock Holt replaces him at second base, leading off. Hanigan also gets a day off. Sandy Leon replaces him behind the plate, batting ninth.

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