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Red Sox Release Shealy

The Red Sox have released first baseman Ryan Shealy, writes Alex Speier of WEEI.  Boston's Triple-A affiliate announced the move after Jeremy Hermida was assigned to the team.

Boston designated Shealy for assignment roughly three weeks ago.  In five games for the Red Sox this season, the soon-to-be 31-year-old didn't yield a hit in seven plate appearances.  In 80 combined Triple-A games for the Tampa Bay and Boston affiliates, he posted a slash line of .231/.345/.472 with 15 homers.








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