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The Red Sox recalled Iglesias from Triple-A Pawtucket on Friday, Jenny Dell of NESN Boston reports.
Iglesias started at third base Tuesday afternoon for Triple-A Pawtucket, WEEI.com reports. It was his first start at third base as a professional.
Iglesias was back in the lineup for Triple-A Pawtucket on Wednesday after being benched for three games, the Boston Herald reports.
Iglesias was out of the lineup for a third straight game Tuesday night for Triple-A Pawtucket, WEEI.com reports.
Iglesias belted a two-run homer and scored two runs Thursday night in his first game after being sent down to Triple-A Pawtucket.
Iglesias was optioned to Triple-A Pawtucket on Wednesday following the activation of Stephen Drew (concussion) from the seven-day DL, MLB.com reports.
Iglesias is expected to be sent down to Triple-A Pawtucket when the Red Sox are ready to activate Stephen Drew from the 7-day concussion disabled list, WEEI.com reports.
Iglesias returned to the Boston lineup Sunday after missing one game with an elbow injury. He had two hits and scored a run in five at-bats in Boston's win over Toronto.
Iglesias (elbow) is back in the lineup Sunday against the Blue Jays, ESPN Boston's Gordon Edes reports.
Iglesias (elbow) is out of the lineup Saturday against the Blue Jays, Gordon Edes of ESPN Boston reports.
Iglesias was lifted for a pinch-hitter in the fourth inning Friday night, one at-bat after getting hit on the right elbow by a pitch.
Iglesias, who has five hits in two games, will not wrest the starting shortstop job from Stephen Drew, according to the Boston Herald. "We're certainly not going to take away from what Jose's done," Boston manager John Farrell said, "but we signed a premium guy in the offseason to be our starting shortstop and we're not going to look at an injury to cause him to lose his job."
Iglesias had three hits and an RBI in five at-bats Monday in Boston's win over the Yankees on Opening Day.
Iglesias will start at shortstop on Opening Day if Stephen Drew (concussion) is not ready to play, the Boston Herald reports.
Iglesias had a triple Saturday and now has six extra-base hits in 36 spring at-bats, the Providence Journal reports. He had a total 15 extra-base hits in 429 at-bats last season. "The aggressiveness in the swing and the hard contact has shown up here the times he's been on the field," said Boston manager John Farrell. "It's been very encouraging."
Iglesias, who has been getting some extra work in camp because Stephen Drew (concussion) remains sidelined, has impressed manager John Farrell at the plate, Comcast SportsNet New England reports. "I think he's starting to figure some things out with his set-up at the plate, which has translated into a much more free and much more aggressive approach. More than anything, because he's more upright in his set-up, he's seeing the ball better," said Farrell.
Red Sox manager John Farrell said Iglesias, who hit a two-run homer in Saturday's spring-training game against Tampa Bay, is "a little bit more upright" in his batting stance, the Providence Journal reports. "He's more free in his overall swing and he got a fastball up in the zone and he did what he's capable of doing," Farrell said. "More than anything, it's just the freeness and the aggressiveness."
Iglesias appears to be slated to open the 2013 season at Triple-A Pawtucket, following Boston's signing of free-agent shortstop Stephen Drew, the New England Sports Network reports.
Iglesias is not playing winter ball this offseason, instead the Red Sox have him working on a program to improve his strength, MLB.com reports.
Iglesias is opting to train this winter and will not play winter baseball, the Red Sox' official site reports.
Iglesias went 3-for-4, hitting the first homer of his career, and scored twice in Boston's loss to Tampa Bay.
Red Sox hitting coach Dave Magadan said Iglesias needs to learn pitch selection in order to improve as a hitter, WEEI.com reports. Iglesias is 2-for-30 (.067) since being called up to Boston.
Iglesias started at shortstop for the third time in four games Friday night, going 0-for-3 in Boston's loss to Oakland.
Igleisas started at shortstop Wednesday night for he second straight game. He went 0-for-4 and now is 0-for-9 since his callup.
Iglesias started at shortstop Tuesday night in Boston's walk-off loss to the Angels. He hit eighth in the batting order and went 0-for-4 with a strikeout while also failing to get down a bunt when the Red Sox up by one and looking to add an insurance run in the eighth inning.
Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine isn't sure about a plan for Iglesias, who was called up over the weekend, the Boston Herald reports.
Iglesias was scratched from Triple-A Pawtucket's lineup Monday because of a knee injury, the Providence Journal reports.
Iglesias, who returned from a back injury last week, is still not playing everyday for Triple-A Pawtucket, the Providence Journal reports.
Iglesias (back) rejoined Triple-A Pawtucket on Monday after a brief rehab assignment and is expected to be activated Tuesday, the Providence Journal reports.
Iglesias (back) went 2-for-3 with a walk in the first game of his rehabilitation assignment at Low-A Short Season Lowell.
Iglesias (back) will begin his rehab assignment with the Red Sox's Class-A Short Season affiliate Friday, Alex Speier of WEEI.com reports.
Iglesias (back) will likely return to game activity within the next few days, WEEI.com reports.
Triple-A Pawtucket is hoping to get Igleisas (back) back in a week to 10 days, the Providence Journal reports.
Iglesias, who missed his fifth straight game with a lower-back strain, said the back is feeling better, the Providence Journal reports.
Iglesias had three hits, including his first homer of the season, Tuesday night for Triple-A Pawtucket.
Iglesias, who was given a night off Tuesday after his five-game hitting streak was snapped, had two hits and scored a run in five at-bats Wednesday night for Triple-A Pawtucket.
Iglesias had two extra-base hits, two RBI and scored a run Friday night for Triple-A Pawtucket.
Iglesias struggles at the plate at Triple-A continued on Monday night when he went 0-for-3 against Durham.
Iglesias had two hits, an RBI and a stolen base for Triple-A Pawtucket in Saturday's win over Buffalo.
Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine said Iglesias is ready to play in the major leagues, but won't commit to giving the young shortstop a spot on the 25-man roster to open the season, the Boston Globe reports.
Iglesias (groin) was back in the Boston lineup against the Twins on Monday, WEEI.com reports.
Iglesias (groin) went 1-for-4 in a minor-league game Saturday, Comcast SportsNet New England reports.
Iglesias (groin) was scratched from the lineup Friday, Scott Lauber of the Boston Herald reports.
Iglesias (groin) was held out of Thursday's game but "probably could have played," according to manager Bobby Valentine, Scott Lauber of the Boston Herald reports.
Iglesias' groin injury is doing much better and the shortstop may be able to play Thursday, the Providence Journal reports.
Iglesias (groin) participated in some drills Monday, but not in what Boston manager Bobby Valentine referred to as "quick action" drills, the Providence Journal reports.
Iglesias had a single and drew a walk Thursday in a "B" game between Boston and Minnesota, the Boston Herald reports.
The Red Sox are having Iglesias scrap the hitting approach he used last season and get him back to the set-up approach he used when the team first signed him, the Boston Herald reports.
Iglesias went 1-for-1 with his first career hit after entering Thursday's game as a pinch-runner.
The Red Sox called Iglesias up to the majors Tuesday, Scott Lauber of the Boston Herald reports.