Losers of eight straight, Boston had to pull DH David Ortiz from Sunday afternoon’s loss to Seattle. Ortiz fouled a ball off his right foot in the fourth inning, and limped off the field following a single in the sixth.
Ortiz underwent a scan on his foot following the game, and results came back negative, but he is listed as day-to-day with a right foot contusion.
“There’s no fractures of any kind, based on that test and we’ll check him once we get to the ballpark [in Toronto] tomorrow, and obviously throughout the night tonight,” Red Sox manager John Farrell told reporters following Sunday’s loss "
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