“Play Tuesday,” Pedroia told the team’s website Sunday afternoon.
Out for the last week with a torn abductor muscle in his right thumb, Pedroia was able to avoid a trip to the disabled list and is primed for a return. He resumed batting practice on Saturday, with the help of a special brace over his hand, and felt no discomfort or swelling on Sunday.
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Now the Red Sox second baseman hopes to return Tuesday when they open a three-game series with the Baltimore Orioles in Boston.
When asked if the team had said he was good to go, Pedroia gave his usual Pedroia-like response.
“They don’t tell me anything, man. I play Tuesday,” he told the Boston Herald "
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