BOSTON -- The Red Sox placed red-hot shortstop Xander Bogaerts on the 10-day disabled list on Monday, after an X-ray and MRI revealed a small crack in the talus bone in his left ankle.
The good news is that the injury won't require surgery, and the Red Sox only expect Bogaerts to miss 10 to 14 days.
Infielder Tzu-Wei Lin, who spent multiple stints on the roster last season, was recalled from Triple-A Pawtucket in time for Tuesday's home game against the Yankees to take the roster spot vacated by Bogaerts.
Brock Holt and Lin will share time at shortstop while Bogaerts is out.
The injury was sustained when Bogaerts slid into the open stairwell of the third-base dugout, attempting to recover an errant throw to prevent a run from scoring.
Prior to the injury, Bogaerts was leading the Red Sox with a .368 average and had a career-best six RBIs, including a grand slam hit in Saturday's win vs. the Rays. This is his first stint on the DL since suffering a concussion in August 2014.
In additional news, the Red Sox announced that left-hander Thomas Pomeranz (left forearm flexor strain) will make his next rehab start for Double-A Portland on Friday against Binghamton.