Small crack in ankle bone to sideline Bogaerts 10-14 days

Mark J. Rebilas USA TODAY Sports

Mark J. Rebilas USA TODAY Sports

Boston should be able to stay the course without Bogaerts in the mix, but the injury puts a halt to his scorching start to the season. No surgery is required and Bogaerts is expected to return in 10-14 days.

The Red Sox have placed shortstop Xander Bogaerts on the 10-day disabled list with a small fracture in his left ankle, the team announced Monday.

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The shortstop suffered the injury on Sunday afternoon, when he raced toward the visiting dugout to chase down a throw that slipped out of his glove in the top of the seventh inning.

Bogaerts, a 2016 AL All-Star, left Sunday's 8-7 win over Tampa Bay in the seventh inning after injuring his ankle while sliding into the Rays' dugout.

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The Red Sox are idle on Monday as they get ready for a much-anticipated three-game set against the New York Yankees at Fenway Park. Through the first nine games, Bogaerts is hitting.368 with two home runs, nine RBIs and seven doubles, which lead all of baseball.

Boston says it will recall infielder Tzu-Wei Lin from Triple-A Pawtucket. Lin, who is 24, hit.268 with a pair of triples in just 66 appearances at the plate during his rookie season in 2017.

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