June 29, 2012; Seattle, WA, USA; Boston Red Sox center fielder Ryan Kalish (55) hits a single against the Seattle Mariners during the 3rd inning at Safeco Field. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

Kalish Shoulder Surgery Successful

Although he still won’t be available for spring training, Ryan Kalish has put his latest injury odyssey behind him. Wednesday Dr. Lewis Yocum performed a right shoulder arthroscopy  and posterior labrum repair of Kalish’s non-throwing right shoulder in Loa Angeles.

The once top prospect but injury plagued 24-year old has endured multiple setbacks and surgeries during his short career. In 2011 Kalish had back-to-back surgeries on a bulging disk in his neck and repair of a labrum tear in his left throwing shoulder.

Teammate and fellow competitor for left-field playing time, Daniel Nava, tweeted, “Praying my boy @Ryan_Kalish that he has a great surgery and gets healthy real soon. We’ll be missin ya buddy!” Leveraging the same medium, Kalished tweeted post-surgery, “I really am feeling the love on my surgery today. I really appreciate all of you.”

In the wake of Kalish’s injury Boston secured another one-year deal with former non-tendered now back in the fold Ryan Sweeney.

Lost my shape-Trying to act casual!
Can’t stop-I might end up in the hospital
I’m changing my shape-I feel like an accident
They’re back!-To explain their experience
- Crosseyed and Painless, Talking Heads 

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