As Boston Globe reporter Peter Abraham pointed out, Ryan Kalish gives 100 percent all the time, so he's bound to come away with a few injuries from crashing into a wall or diving to catch a batted ball.
That's exactly what happened on Thursday in Pawtucket, as Kalish injured his left shoulder while making a grab in center field against Syracuse. After coming out of the game, Kalish was spotted in a sling in the PawSox' dugout.
Abraham stopped in during Red Sox First Pitch driven by Your New England Acura Dealers to discuss Kalish's injury, and said the outfielder will travel to Boston on Friday to have his arm checked out. According to ESPN's Gordon Edes, Kalish will be examined by Red Sox medical director Dr. Thomas Gill at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Abraham says the injury does not look too serious, and the shoulder is likely not dislocated.
To hear more, check out the video above from Red Sox First Pitch.