Betts will return to the leadoff spot for Monday night's game against the Baltimore Orioles.
The Red Sox haven't exactly thrived in Betts' absence, compiling an 8-6 record. They are a half-game back of the first-place New York Yankees in the American League East.
The fact the Red Sox struggled without Betts isn't all that surprising considering he's building a strong candidacy for American League Most Valuable Player. He owns a .359/.437/.750 slash line, and his 4.2 WAR is third among all position players, per FanGraphs.
Since Betts' injury, Boston has relied mostly on Blake Swihart (.416 OPS), Brock Holt (.813) and Jackie Bradley Jr. (.597) in right field, so his return couldn't come soon enough.