Red Sox Get Massive Offensive Boost Back; Missed 2 Months With Injury

After a two-month absence due to a fractured left wrist, Adam Duvall, outfielder for the Boston Red Sox, is finally set to make his highly anticipated comeback.

According to Red Sox manager Alex Cora, Duvall's return was confirmed and reported by Christopher Smith of The Springfield Republican. The 34-year-old slugger's injury occurred on April 10, leaving fans eagerly awaiting his return to the field.

During his recovery, Duvall put in the work and showed promising signs in the minor leagues. He excelled in his rehab stint with Triple-A Worcester, delivering an solid performance.

In seven rehab games, he posted a .845 OPS, hitting two home runs and a double. Although his batting average stood at .208, his power hitting was still on display, giving fans a glimpse of what to expect upon his return.

Now, with his wrist healed, Duvall is ready to rejoin the Red Sox just in time for an exciting series against their long-time rivals, the New York Yankees.

Prior to his unfortunate setback, Duvall made a powerful impact in just eight games.

He was the most fearsome hitter in the league before his injury, going 15-for-33 with five doubles, a triple, four home runs, and a remarkable 14 RBI. With a batting average of .455, he was an instrumental force in the Red Sox lineup.

Now, he's back and ready to give the Red Sox the offensive boost it so desperately needs right now. Photo Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports