“I don’t feel my foot right now and that means I feel good,” Ortiz said following Boston’s 9-2 win over the Texas Rangers Monday night. “It’s going to be there for six to eight hours, but it’s supposed to get things better. I guess I have to give it a couple of days to see what the reaction is going to be like and go from there.”
“He felt great,” said manager Bobby Valentine "
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BOSTON -- David Ortiz received a pain-killing injection in his ailing heel on Monday in hopes that he would be able to accelerate his process of getting back on the field. "I guess I have to give it a couple of days to see what the reaction is going to ...Read more
BOSTON – David Ortiz, still hampered by a strained Achilles' tendon that has kept him on the disabled list since July 17, received an injection of a pain killer Monday to ease discomfort that he continues to feel three weeks after suffering the injury ...Read more
BOSTON -- Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz received an injection Monday afternoon to help alleviate the pain and swelling of his right Achilles strain. "I don't feel my foot right now and that means I feel good," Ortiz said after Boston's 9 ...Read more
BOSTON – David Ortiz was expected to receive an injection today, hoping to alleviate the pain in his right heel from a strained Achilles tendon. Manager Bobby Valentine was unsure what effect the injection would have on Ortiz's return to the lineup.Read more