Chatham (hamstring) was able to fully participate in Fall Instructional camp, Jim Callis of MLB.com reports.
Chatham, a second-round draft pick in 2016, was limited to just 19 at-bats in 2017 because of recurring issues with the hamstring. With a year of development lost, the soon-to-be 23-year-old shortstop will repeat Low-A Greenville in 2018.
Chatham (hamstring) has begun a rehabilitation assignment with Boston's affiliate in the Gulf Coast League, Jim Crowell of SoxProspects.com reports.
Chatham, who has been limited to just one game this season due to the injury, has played three games for the GCL Red Sox, going 2-for-8 with a run and a walk.
Chatham (hamstring) is back on the DL at Low-A Greenville.
He missed the first five weeks of the minor-league season with a hamstring injury and returned for just one game before landing back on the DL, presumably by re-injuring his hamstring. Consider him out indefinitely.
Chatham (hamstring) returned Friday for Low-A Greenville, going 1-for-3 with two RBI.
He missed the first six weeks of the season with a strained hamstring. A 22-year-old shortstop, Chatham is older than most notable prospects at Low-A, so he will need to hit a lot in order to improve his prospect stock after posting a 123 wRC+ in short-season ball last season.
Chatham is sidelined at Low-A Greenville with a strained hamstring, MLB.com's Jim Callis reports.
He suffered the injury right at the end of minor-league camp, and the hope is that he will be able to return to action later this month. In a suddenly shallow system, Chatham stands out as someone capable of sticking at shortstop, but his bat might be a little light, and he could grow out of what is currently average speed. He dealt with wrist/hand issues last year, so it would be nice if he could get fully healthy for a significant stretch.
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