TORONTO (AP) — The Boston Red Sox put right-handers Tanner Houck and Kutter Crawford on the restricted listing earlier than Monday evening’s recreation in Toronto, the opener of a four-game collection north of the border.
To enter Canada, the Canadian authorities requires an individual will need to have acquired a second vaccine dose — or one dose of Johnson & Johnson — at the least 14 days previous to entry.
Houck had beforehand acknowledged being unvaccinated.
Players who go on the restricted listing as a result of they’re unvaccinated in opposition to COVID-19 don’t receives a commission and don’t accrue main league service time.
Catcher Kevin Plawecki rejoined the group Monday after lacking seven video games whereas on the COVID-19 injured listing, however has not but been added to the roster.
Red Sox supervisor Alex Cora has missed the previous 4 video games after being contaminated with COVID-19. Boston infielder Jonathan Araúz has been on the COVID-19 IL since April 19.
The Red Sox recalled right-hander Tyler Danish from Triple-A Providence and chosen righty John Schreiber from Triple-A.
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