Report: Sweeney To Miss Eight Weeks After Punching Door

July 31, 2012 12:00 AM
Report: Sweeney To Miss Eight Weeks After Punching Door
" BOSTON (CBS) –  The Boston Red Sox had intended to trade outfielder Ryan Sweeney, but he complicated the matters by injuring his hand Monday night.

The Red Sox are no longer trying to trade Sweeney, who was drawing some interest on the market, after he likely broke his hand after punching a dugout door following a strike out in Boston’s 7-3 win over the Tigers Monday night.

Sweeney will reportedly miss eight weeks, according to The Boston Globe’s Nick Cafardo.

Cafardo noted that Ryan Kalish will likely replace Sweeney on the roster.

“I feel like I let my team down if it’s bad,” Sweeney said following the win "

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