Ortiz Still Sore, Might Get Injection For Achilles Strain

August 6, 2012 12:00 AM
Ortiz Still Sore, Might Get Injection For Achilles Strain
" BOSTON (CBS) –  Red Sox DH David Ortiz is still “very sore” from the Achilles strain in his right ankle, and may receive an injection on Monday.

“I’m thinking about it,” Ortiz told ESPNBoston’s Gordon Edes on Sunday about a possible injection. “Not cortisone or anything like that, I don’t know. I have to talk to the doctor. I’ve got to get more information. I’ve got to talk to the doctor because I’m still very sore.”

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“Am I worried? Of course. I haven’t played in the last three weeks and I still have pain,” he said "

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