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|Last 15 Games||45||9||11||1||4||4||11||0||.244||.333||.356|
|Last 30 Games||54||11||12||1||5||9||12||0||.222||.354||.315|
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The Red Sox have spent much of the season without two important pieces from their Opening Day lineup, but the club offered some promising news on that front Tuesday. Shane Victorino is set to join catcher Ryan Hanigan at Triple-A Pawtucket on Wednesday night, as the outfielder is on track to begin a rehab assignment while Hanigan continues his own.
Given the way things have been going for the Red Sox, they can use all the reinforcements they can get. Catcher Ryan Hanigan and right fielder Shane Victorino are both close to being cleared to go on Minor League rehab assignments.