Arroyo is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game in Atlanta, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.
Arroyo hits the bench after starting eight straight games at second base. With the series taking place in a National League park, J.D. Martinez moves out to left field, pushing Alex Verdugo to center and Enrique Hernandez to Arroyo's regular spot at the keystone.
Arroyo went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Friday's 6-5 win over the Blue Jays.
For the second time in as many games, Arroyo lifted the Red Sox with a game-tying home run. He did it with a three-run shot Thursday, then tied Friday's game in the eighth inning. He's driven in 15 runs this season, with 10 of the RBI coming in the last eight games. He's serving as Boston's primary second baseman and has career highs in average (.276) and OPS (.793). His .361 BABIP has propped up those numbers.
Arroyo went 1-for-3 with a home run, four RBI and a walk in Thursday's 12-8 win over Houston. He was also hit by a pitch.
Arroyo delivered a game-tying, three-run blast in the fifth inning. Boston rallied again in the sixth, and Arroyo drew a bases-loaded walk for his fourth RBI of the game. The 26-year-old infielder has posted nine RBI and five runs scored through eight games in June. He's up to a .284/.348/.441 slash line with two homers, 14 RBI, 14 runs scored and a stolen base through 113 plate appearances. He's logged fairly consistent time at second base recently thanks to some solid hitting.
Arroyo will start at second base and bat eighth Thursday against the Astros, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports.
Even with the Boston lineup back at full strength with Alex Verdugo (back) returning from a two-game absence, Arroyo will maintain a spot in the starting nine. Despite striking out in all three of his at-bats in Wednesday's 8-3 loss, Arroyo will man the keystone for a fourth straight game. At this point, Arroyo may have inched ahead of Marwin Gonzalez and Enrique Hernandez as the top option at second base.
Arroyo batted seventh and went 0-for-3 in Wednesday's 8-3 loss to the Astros.
Arroyo had made two straight starts as the leadoff hitter but was dropped lower in the order for Wednesday's contest. Red Sox manager Alex Cora is experimenting at leadoff, looking to find a replacement for Enrique Hernandez. On Wednesday, it was Danny Santana's turn. Arroyo has started three straight games and is 2-for-9 with five strikeouts during that stretch.
Arroyo went 2-for-3 with a double, two RBI, two runs scored and a walk in Monday's 5-3 victory over Miami.
Arroyo drove home a pair of runs in the bottom of the fourth inning on a single to right field, extending Boston's lead to three. Monday marked the sixth time this season he's slotted in as the leadoff hitter, a role that's been occupied by Danny Santana of late. Arroyo is slashing .301/.350/.441 with 11 extra-base hits, 10 RBI and one stolen base through 31 games this season.
Arroyo went 1-for-4 with a three-run home run during Thursday's win over the Astros.
Arroyo swatted his first long ball of the year just over the wall with a 339-footer against Jake Odorizzi to give the Red Sox the lead for good. After missing nearly a month with a bruised left hand, the 26-year-old is batting .282/.330/.412 across 28 games this season.
Arroyo (hand) was activated off the 10-day injured list Tuesday, Bill Koch of The Providence Journal reports.
Arroyo has been out since early May but is ready to go following three rehab games. He'll be available off the bench for Tuesday's game against Atlanta.
Red Sox manager Alex Cora said Arroyo (hand) is likely to return from the 10-day injured list ahead of Tuesday's game against Atlanta, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.
Arroyo was included in the lineup Sunday for Triple-A Worcester in what was likely his fifth and final rehab game. He went 1-for-5 with a double and three strikeouts while playing all nine innings at second base, so he appears to have escaped the game without any setbacks to his bruised left hand. Once reinstated from the IL, Arroyo will likely serve as a utility infielder for Boston.
Arroyo (hand) reported to Triple-A Worcester to start a rehab assignment Friday, Bill Koch of The Providence Journal reports.
The 25-year-old will serve as the designated hitter in his first rehab game and figures to move to the field later in the weekend. Arroyo landed on the injured list May 9 with a bruised left hand, and he's already eligible to be activated.
Arroyo (hand) is taking batting practice with Triple-A Worcester on Tuesday, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.
This news is a positive sign, as it comes just four days after Arroyo couldn't take batting practice due to hand pain. The Red Sox will determine the next step of Arroyo's rehab after he hits with the Triple-A squad Tuesday. There's no guarantee the second baseman returns to Boston upon fully recovering from the hand injury, but before landing on the injured list, he was giving the team more than it's gotten from his replacement, Michael Chavis.
Arroyo (hand) will not participate in batting practice Saturday after feeling pain during soft toss Friday, Bill Koch of The Providence Journal reports.
Arroyo was originally expected to go on a rehab assignment over the weekend, but he has been delayed by lingering pain. There is still optimism he will be able to go on a rehab assignment some time next week.
Arroyo (hand) may not be ready for activation when his minimum stay on the 10-day injured list is up Wednesday, Chris Cotillo of MassLive.com reports.
There had been talk of Arroyo kicking off a rehab assignment this weekend, but those plans are on hold for now. Arroyo participated in soft toss drills Friday and is expected to take batting practice Saturday. The Red Sox will reassess the path forward after Saturday's session.
Arroyo (hand) took batting practice on the field before Thursday's game, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.
Arroyo is ramping up activity since being placed on the injured list Sunday. His next step could a rehab assignment with Triple-A Worcester over the weekend, though the team has yet to finalize any plans. Arroyo is expected to be activated from the injured list when first eligible for Tuesday's game against the Blue Jays.
Arroyo (hand) isn't expected to spend more than the minimum 10 days on the injured list, Julian McWilliams of The Boston Globe reports.
Arroyo left Wednesday's game against the Tigers with a bruised left hand and was placed on the injured list Sunday. He'll be eligible to return at the beginning of next week.
The Red Sox placed Arroyo (hand) on the 10-day injured list Sunday.
Boston opted to shut Arroyo down after he failed to make much progress since he was removed from Wednesday's game against the Tigers when he was struck in the hand by a pitch. The Red Sox recalled Jonathan Arauz from Triple-A Worcester to serve as a utility infielder while Arroyo is sidelined.
Arroyo will remain out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Orioles due to his sore left hand, Jen McCaffrey of The Athletic reports.
Arroyo isn't a regular in the Boston lineup, but his lingering hand injury may prompt manager Alex Cora to go away from him if a bench bat is needed at any point Sunday. Boston currently has infielder Jonathan Arauz on hand as a member of the taxi squad, and he would be the most likely candidate to join the active roster if Arroyo requires a stint on the 10-day injured list.
Arroyo (hand) is out of the lineup Friday against the Orioles, Roch Kubatko of MASNSports.com reports.
The 24-year-old was diagnosed with a bruised left hand after being hit by a pitch Wednesday, and he'll be held out of the lineup for the second straight game. According to Bill Koch of The Providence Journal, Arroyo has been cleared to run and play the field but isn't expected to hit until potentially rejoining the starting nine Sunday. Marwin Gonzalez will start at the keystone Friday for Boston.
Arroyo (hand) entered Thursday's game as a pinch runner, scored a run, and played an inning at second base.
Arroyo was held out of the starting lineup Thursday after getting hit by a pitch on his left hand. He ran for catcher Kevin Plawecki during Boston's game-deciding, four-run eighth inning, then remained in the game for the final inning. It appears he's well enough to play, and that may be needed, as Enrique Hernandez suffered a hamstring injury Thursday.
Arroyo had X-rays come back negative on his left hand and was diagnosed with a bruise after leaving Wednesday's game against the Tigers, Chris Cotillo of The Springfield Republican reports.
It's the second time in the past couple weeks the 25-year-old has been hit by a pitch on the left hand. Arroyo appears to have avoided a serious injury but isn't expected to play in Thursday's series finale, per Bill Koch of The Providence Journal.
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