Red Sox Outright Catcher

He will remain in the Boston Red Sox's organization.

The Red Sox outrighted catcher Caleb Hamilton to Triple-A Worcester.

Hamilton will remain in the Red Sox's organization after he cleared waivers upon being designated for assignment.

The Red Sox claimed the catcher off of waivers from the Minnesota Twins in October. In 22 games with the Twins this past season, the twenty-seven-year-old slashed .056/.227/.222, with one home run, one RBI and five runs scored.

In the minors last season, Hamilton slashed a pedestrian .233/.367/.809, with 11 home runs, 43 RBIs, one stolen base and 34 runs scored over 206 at-bats.

He is a former 23rd-round pick by the Twins in the 2016 MLB Draft.
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