The Red Sox have made a number of changes to their roster over the last day – especially when it comes to their pitching staff. The team is at double-digit transactions over the last 24 hours, with a game sandwiched in the middle.
This sequence of moves began on Wednesday evening. A day after allowing four runs in three innings in a relief appearance, Corey Kluber was placed on the 15-day IL with right shoulder inflammation. To fill his spot on the roster the Red Sox called up 25-year-old infielder David Hamilton to make his MLB debut. The Red Sox’s 25th-ranked prospect appeared in Wednesday night’s game as a pinch-runner, and stole a base and scored a run.