As of the 2010 MLB trading deadline: Jeremy Hermida out, Ryan Kalish in.

Ryan Kalish is one of Boston’s top prospects and he’s getting a chance to show what he’s capable of. 

After tonight’s loss against the lowly Cleveland Indians, Kalish played well again and went 3-3 and made some great throws from the outfield to prevent runners from scoring. 

So far in Kalish’s short Major League career, he is 5-10 with two RBI and one run scored. A lot more productive than Jeremy Hermida. 

For most Red Sox fans, some might not know who this young man is. Well, he’s only 22-years-old and can play any outfield position. 

On, they have Kalish ranked second in Boston’s farm system. 

According to the websites’ scouting report, he is an “excellent athlete with a solid build, good bat speed, and lots of quickness.”

Kalish could find himself a home in Boston’s outfield in the up-coming seasons and would provide a quality left-handed batter in Boston’s line-up. 

No one knows for sure how long Kalish’s stint in Boston will last, but if he keeps playing the way he is, I’m sure he’ll be here for the remainder of the season. 

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