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Ryan Kalish MLB Career Stats

AVG HR RBI SB OPS
.245 4 34 16 .643

Ryan Kalish Bio

  • Full Name: Ryan Michael Kalish
  • Born: 3/28/1988 in Northridge, CA
  • Draft: 2006, Boston Red Sox, 9th rd. (283rd overall)
  • High School: Red Bank Catholic, Red Bank, NJ
  • Debut: July 31, 2010
  • Ret., Final Game: 9/27/2014
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Year AB R H HR RBI SB AVG OBP OPS
MLB Career Stats 380 51 93 4 34 16 .245 .293 .643

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NYP Player of the Week

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07/16/2007 Lowell NYP

NYP Mid-Season All-Star

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2007 Lowell NYP

Ryan Kalish Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
December 17, 2014 Toronto Blue Jays signed free agent LF Ryan Kalish to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
October 30, 2014 LF Ryan Kalish elected free agency.
October 29, 2014 Chicago Cubs sent LF Ryan Kalish outright to Iowa Cubs.
September 3, 2014 Chicago Cubs selected the contract of LF Ryan Kalish from Iowa Cubs.
August 10, 2014 Chicago Cubs sent Ryan Kalish outright to Iowa Cubs.
August 8, 2014 Chicago Cubs designated LF Ryan Kalish for assignment.
May 26, 2014 Chicago Cubs optioned LF Ryan Kalish to Iowa Cubs.
March 30, 2014 Chicago Cubs selected the contract of Ryan Kalish from Iowa Cubs.
January 6, 2014 LF Ryan Kalish assigned to Iowa Cubs.
December 18, 2013 Chicago Cubs signed free agent LF Ryan Kalish to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
December 2, 2013 CF Ryan Kalish elected free agency.
November 4, 2013 Boston Red Sox activated CF Ryan Kalish from the 60-day disabled list.
February 20, 2013 Boston Red Sox placed CF Ryan Kalish on the 60-day disabled list. Recovering from January 2013 right shoulder surgery.
August 27, 2012 Boston Red Sox recalled CF Ryan Kalish from Pawtucket Red Sox.
August 10, 2012 Boston Red Sox optioned Ryan Kalish to Pawtucket Red Sox.
July 31, 2012 Boston Red Sox recalled Ryan Kalish from Pawtucket Red Sox.
July 8, 2012 Boston Red Sox optioned Ryan Kalish to Pawtucket Red Sox.
June 17, 2012 Boston Red Sox recalled Ryan Kalish from Pawtucket Red Sox.
June 9, 2012 Boston Red Sox optioned Ryan Kalish to Pawtucket Red Sox.
June 5, 2012 sent OF Ryan Kalish on a rehab assignment to Pawtucket Red Sox.
May 31, 2012 Salem Red Sox sent LF Ryan Kalish on a rehab assignment to Portland Sea Dogs.
May 26, 2012 Ryan Kalish assigned to Salem Red Sox.
April 4, 2012 Ryan Kalish roster status changed by Boston Red Sox.
October 31, 2011 Boston Red Sox activated LF Ryan Kalish from the 60-day disabled list.
September 25, 2011 Boston Red Sox recalled Ryan Kalish from Pawtucket Red Sox.
September 25, 2011 Boston Red Sox placed LF Ryan Kalish on the 60-day disabled list.
August 23, 2011 Ryan Kalish roster status changed by Pawtucket Red Sox.
August 8, 2011 Pawtucket Red Sox activated CF Ryan Kalish from the 7-day disabled list.
August 4, 2011 sent CF Ryan Kalish on a rehab assignment to Lowell Spinners.
April 23, 2011 Pawtucket Red Sox placed CF Ryan Kalish on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to April 22, 2011.
March 25, 2011 Boston Red Sox optioned LF Ryan Kalish to Pawtucket Red Sox.
July 31, 2010 Boston Red Sox selected the contract of Ryan Kalish from Pawtucket Red Sox.
June 13, 2010 Ryan Kalish roster status changed by Pawtucket Red Sox.
June 1, 2010 LF Ryan Kalish assigned to Pawtucket Red Sox from Portland Sea Dogs.
February 5, 2010 Boston Red Sox invited non-roster RF Ryan Kalish to spring training.
May 15, 2009 Ryan Kalish assigned to Portland Sea Dogs from Salem Red Sox.

Ryan Michael Kalish Bio Info

Graduated from Red Bank (NJ) Catholic High School...In addition to baseball, starred as the football team's quarterback and on the basketball court. Participated in the 2010 Red Sox Rookie Program.

2013

Ryan missed the entire season after undergoing right shoulder surgery to repair his posterior labrum on January 30, 2013.

2012 Appeared in 36 games over 3 stints with the Red Sox, his 1st major league action since 2010, after beginning the season on the 60-day DL recovering from left shoulder surgery. Played all 3 OF positions, including 20 games in CF (16 GS), 9 in RF (8 GS), and 3 in LF (1 GS). Batted .333 (5-for-15) against left-handed pitchers compared to .210 (17-for-81) versus right-handers. Tallied a .357 AVG (5-for-14) when facing the opposing starting pitcher for the 3rd time in a game compared to .130 (3-for-23) in his 1st plate appearance and .217 (5-for-23) in his 2nd plate appearance. Went 2-for-2 with a pair of doubles as a pinch-hitter...Knocked a 2-bagger in the pinch in the 7th inning on 6/26 vs. TOR, and then came around with the deciding run in a 5-1 Red Sox win...Also doubled in the pinch in the top of the 10th inning on 7/1 at SEA and scored the winning run. Drove in the tying run in the 7th inning and later scored on a squeeze play on 6/17 at CHC...Scored the winning run in the 8th inning on 6/21 vs. MIA after singling earlier in the frame. Hit in 14 of his last 20 games with a PA for BOS (15-for-65), beginning with a career-high-tying 5-game hit streak from 6/29-7/3 (.294, 5-for-17)...Went 5-for-12 (.417) over his last 4 games of the season with a PA. Hit .345 (20-for-58) with 5 home runs and 11 RBI in 15 minor league games with High-A Salem, Double-A Portland and Triple-A Pawtucket, including 9 on rehab, prior to his 1st call-up on 6/17. Batted .261 (29-for-111) with 4 homers, 14 RBI, and 7 steals in 27 tilts, including 3 on rehab, over 3 stints with the PawSox. 2011 Spent the season in the minor leagues, playing just 24 games due to 2 stints on the disabled list. Totaled 22 games with Triple-A Pawtucket, batting .209 (18-for-86) with 6 doubles, 9 RBI and 8 walks... Played 17 games in center field, 1 in right field and 4 at designated hitter with the PawSox. Hit .236 (13-for-55) with 4 doubles and 7 RBI in 14 games before landing on the DL on 4/23 (retro to 4/22) due to a left shoulder injury suffered while making a diving catch in center field on 4/21 vs. Syracuse....Suffered a partial tear of the labrum in his left shoulder and a neck injury. Appeared in 2 rehab games with Short-A Lowell from 8/4-6, going 3-for-6 (.500) with 2 RBI and a walk, and was reinstated to Pawtucket's roster on 8/8. Went 5-for-31 (.161) with 2 doubles and 2 RBI in 8 contests from 8/8-20 before landing on the DL again on 8/23 due to right trapezius inflammation...Missed the remainder of the season. Underwent surgery on 9/14 to repair a bulging disc in his neck, performed by Dr. Joseph Maroon in Pittsburgh, PA...Underwent labrum surgery on his left shoulder on 11/8, performed by Dr. Lewis Yocum in Los Angeles, CA. 2010 Named Red Sox Rookie of the Year by the Boston Chapter of the BBWAA after making his Major League debut on 7/31. Appeared in 53 games for Boston overall, playing all 3 outfield positions, including 38 games in center (32 starts), 12 in left (11 starts) and 2 in right (1 start)...Tallied 3 outfield assists, 6th-most among AL rookies... Appeared in center field in 25 of the club's last 30 games (23 GS). Tied for 2nd among AL rookies with 10 stolen bases...Tied for the AL rookie lead from his debut on 7/31 through the end of the season with 11 doubles (also Minnesota's Danny Valencia) and also ranked among AL rookie leaders in that span in runs (T-4th, 26), hits (5th, 41), homers (T-5th, 4), RBI (T-3rd, 24) and extra-base hits (T-2nd, 16). Notched hits in 30 of his 53 ML games, reaching base in 34...Had 4 homers, all with at least 1 runner on base. Knocked 2 grand slams (8/17 vs. LAA and 9/6 vs. TB), tying the Red Sox rookie record...Became the 7th Sox rookie to accomplish the feat, joining Jim Tabor (1939), Ted Williams (1939), Walt Dropo (1950), Faye Throneberry (1952), Ellis Burks (1987) and Bob Zupcic (1992)...Was only the 3rd player to hit 2 grand slams within 6 weeks of his 1st Big League game, with the others also doing it for the Red Sox: Faye Throneberry in 1952 and Ellis Burks in 1987 (Elias)...Combined with Daniel Nava (1 grand slam), it was the 1st time Boston has had 3 grand slams from rookies since 1992 when Zupcic had 2 and John Valentin had 1. Went 2-for-5 (.400) with 2 RBI, a run and walk in the pinch...Notched 1st career pinch-hit (single) in 1st chance, 8/10 at TOR. Selected to Boston's roster on 7/31 and made Big League debut with a start in left field that day vs. DET...Recorded 1st hit in 1st plate appearance, a 3rd-inning single...Collected his 1st RBI with a single in the 7th inning. At 22 years, 125 days old in his debut on 7/31, became the youngest Boston left fielder since Greg Blosser (22 years, 99 days) on 10/3/93...2 days later, became the youngest Red Sox center fielder since Michael Coleman (22 years, 34 days) on 9/19/97...The next day, became the youngest Sox right fielder since Mike Greenwell (22 years, 73 days) on 9/29/85. Recorded 3 multi-hit games in his 1st 4 Major League tilts, the 4th Sox rookie since 1920 to do that, 1st since Morgan Burkhart had 4 straight multi-hit efforts to start his career in 2000. Went 3-for-3 with a double and walk on 8/2 vs. CLE...Was the 1st Red Sox player to tally 3 hits in a game within his 1st 3 career ML contests since Nomar Garciaparra in his 2nd career game on 9/1/96 at OAK (3-for- 5)...Double in the 7th marked 1st extra-base hit and also collected 1st outfield assist in the 4th inning. Connected for his 1st Major League home run in the 6th inning on 8/6 at NYY, a 2-run shot off Javier Vazquez that gave the Red Sox a 6-3 lead...According to Elias, he was the 1st Red Sox to accomplish the feat in New York against the Yankees since David Murphy on 9/17/06 (G1). Knocked 1st career grand slam on 8/17 vs. LAA off Jered Weaver...At 22 years, 142 days old, was the youngest Red Sox player with a slam since Tony Conigliaro's on 8/24/65 at 20 years, 229 days. Hit 2nd grand slam on 9/6 off TB's Andy Sonnanstine at Fenway Park and also stole 2 bases in that game, becoming the 1st Red Sox ever with a slam and multiple stolen bases in a game, the 1st Major Leaguer since Matt Lawton, 5/8/05 at ARI while with the Pirates (2 stolen bases). Placed 3rd among AL rookies with 16 RBI in September/October. Stole both second and home in the 6th inning on 10/3 vs. NYY, the last day of the season...Swipe of home came on a double steal with Daniel Nava taking second base. Batted .294 (86-for-293) with 18 doubles, 2 triples, 13 homers, 47 RBI, 57 runs, 42 walks and 25 stolen bases in 78 games combined games between Double-A Portland and Triple-A Pawtucket. Began the year with Portland and was transferred to Pawtucket on 6/1...Hit .294 (42-for-143) with 5 homers, 18 RBI and 12 stolen bases in 37 contests with the PawSox, including multiple hits in 13 of his last 24 games, going 34-for-100 (.340) in that span. Appeared in 70 games in the outfield between Portland and Pawtucket, playing right (24 games), center (28 games) and left field (21 games). 2009 Named Red Sox Minor League Offensive Player of the Year in a season split between Single-A Salem and Double-A Portland...Combined to hit .279 (141-for-506) while setting career highs with 18 home runs and 77 RBI...Led Red Sox farmhands with 84 runs, 231 total bases and 68 walks...Also ranked among that group in homers (2nd), RBI (4th) and stolen bases (T-5th, 21), all career highs...Named Red Sox Minor League Base Stealer of the Month for April...Led Salem in homers (5) and ranked 3rd in the Carolina League in on-base percentage (.434) at the time of his 5/15 promotion to Portland...Also drove in 12 runs over his final 12 Single-A contests...Finished the year batting .299 (72-for-241) with 12 homers in his last 64 games beginning 7/1...Played a total of 53 games in center field and 31 in right...Hit .301 (22-for-73) with 1 homer and 15 RBI in 21 games for Mesa of the Arizona Fall League...After the season, ranked by Baseball America as the Red Sox No. 5 prospect, the No. 4 position player...Also named the No. 9 prospect in the Carolina League. 2008 Spent most of year at Single-A Greenville before August call-up to Single-A Lancaster...Combined to hit .266 (118-for-433) with 5 home runs and 46 RBI between the 2 stops...Was 19-for-23 in stolen base attempts to finish tied for 5th among Red Sox minor leaguers...Ranked 2nd on the Drive (min. 100 AB) with a .281 average (101-for-360) and 3rd in games (96), hits (101), runs (51) and stolen bases (18)...Led all Red Sox minor leaguers with a .311 clip (28-for-90), 6 doubles and a .438 on-base percentage in July to earn the club's Minor League Offensive Player of the Month Award...Promoted to Lancaster on 8/14 and drove in multiple runs in 4 straight games from 8/19-22, going 7-for-18 (.389) with 2 homers and 10 RBI...Was 0-for-5 in 2 playoff games with the JetHawks...Hit .282 (20-for-71) with 1 homer and 13 stolen bases for North Shore Honu of Hawaii Winter Baseball....After the season, ranked by Baseball America as No. 13 prospect, No. 8 position player, in the Red Sox system. 2007 Led Short-A Lowell, ranked 4th in the Red Sox system and 8th in the New York-Penn League with 18 steals in 23 tilts. Was leading the New York-Penn League in runs (27) and stolen bases (18), and was the league's reigning Player of the Week before suffering a season-ending injury on 7/16...Earned Player of the Week honors for 7/9- 15 after going 12-for-15 (.800) with 3 doubles, 2 homers, 5 RBI, 6 runs and 4 steals in 4 games in that period. Named Red Sox Minor League Base Stealer of the Month for June (10 SB in 10 attempts) and swiped 12 bags in his 1st 12 games from 6/19-7/2. Selected to the NYPL All-Star Game, but was on the DL and did not participate. After the season, ranked by Baseball America as the No. 6 prospect, No. 4 position player, in Boston's system. 2006 Made professional debut in 17 games split between the Gulf Coast League Red Sox and Short-A Lowell. Hit safely in 4 of his 6 games with the GCL Red Sox and transferred to Lowell on 8/26. Went 1-for-11 with an RBI and 2 runs in 3 postseason games for the GCL Red Sox.