BOSTON, MA—The Boston Red Sox today placed second baseman Trevor Story on the 10-Day Injured List with a left heel contusion, retroactive to September 19. To fill Story’s spot on the active roster, the club recalled first baseman/third baseman Bobby Dalbec from Triple-A Worcester.
Chief Baseball Officer Chaim Bloom made the announcement.
Story, 29, has not played since exiting from Boston’s game on September 11 against the Baltimore Orioles with left heel pain. The right-handed hitter has batted .238 (85-for-357) with 22 doubles, 16 home runs, and 66 RBI this season.
He ranks tied for second on the team in home runs and fourth in RBI. Story has made 92 starts at second base in 2022, the first of his career. He is tied for the lead among American League second basemen with 10 outs above average.
Dalbec, 27, has hit .250 (12-for-48) with five home runs and eight RBI in 13 games with Worcester since being optioned on September 4. The right-handed hitter is batting .211 (64-for-304) with 22 extra-base hits and 36 RBI in 111 games for Boston this season. Dalbec has appeared in 89 games at first base, 20 at third base, two at second base, and one at shortstop for the Red Sox in 2022.