According to Tim Britton of the Providence Journal, Boston manager John Farrell said Bogaerts "has a muscle contusion and a small sprain on a joint in his hand" and is considered day to day.
Bogaerts missed a few games in early July with minor hand and groin injuries, but he's otherwise been healthy and productive in 2017.
Through 86 games, the 24-year-old slashed .296/.353/.432 with six home runs, 42 RBI and nine stolen bases. He hasn't been sharp in the field, however, having posted minus-seven defensive runs saved, according to FanGraphs.
If Bogaerts does miss time, Deven Marrero will likely be his primary replacement at shortstop.