Pedroia Gets ‘Great News’ On Wrist

April 14, 2014 7:28 PM
Pedroia Gets ‘Great News’ On Wrist
" BOSTON (CBS) — It sounds like the Red Sox have avoided what could have been their biggest loss of the young season.

Second baseman Dustin Pedroia told WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche that he received “great news” on his left wrist, likely meaning Pedroia will avoid a stint on the disabled list.

Pedroia told me he indeed got "great news" on his wrist earlier today – just waiting for statement from #redsox now #wbz— Dan Roche ( RochieWBZ) April 14, 2014

Other reports say Pedroia does not have a fracture in the wrist, but he will undergo further testing in the coming days.

Pedroia injured his wrist back on April 4, when Milwaukee Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez slid into him trying to break up a double play. He played through discomfort for over a week before being a scratch from Sunday night’s loss in New York, and returned to Boston on Monday to have the wrist examined by team doctors.

Pedroia was batting .421 prior to that play at second, and has gone just 5-for-36 at the plate since "

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