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The Red Sox recalled INF Michael Chavis from Triple-A Worcester.
Chavis has mostly disappointed as a big leaguer since getting off to a hot start in his rookie season back in 2019. He'll likely serve as a platoon option against southpaws for as long as he's up in the big leagues.
The Red Sox optioned second baseman Michael Chavis to Triple-A Worcester on Monday.
Chavis was recalled in May while Christian Arroyo (hand) was placed on the 10-day injured list. He slashed .273/.273/.485 with one home run and two RBI across 33 plate appearances with the Red Sox. Chavis will see regular at-bats in the minors and look to get join the big leagues again soon.
Michael Chavis went 2-for-4 with a double and two runs scored as Boston defeated the Blue Jays Thursday evening.
Chavis has now notched multiple hits in three of his past four. The second baseman is hitting .290 with a home run and two RBI.
Michael Chavis picked up two base hits on Tuesday against Oakland. He is now hitting .333 on the season.
Chavis is an intriguing fantasy option considering he was once a top prospect in the Red Sox organization. Albeit, he has never played a full season in the majors. It is highly possible that he could club 20 home runs as a utility man in a full season of work.
Michael Chavis went 1-for-6 with a two run home run in the Red Sox win over Baltimore on Saturday.
Chavis connected on one for two run round tripper in the second inning off of Zac Lowther. The former top prospect is off to a .167/.167/.667 line in 2021. The power potential is certainly there, and a 20 homer season is not out of the question for the second basemen.