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UPDATE: Pedroia leaves game with mild wrist sprain

Mar 23, 2010, 10:28 PM EDT

Update: Sounds like Pedroia will get an X-ray on the wrist as a precaution, per Benjamin.

9:00 pm: Amalie Benjamin reports that Pedroia did not receive X-rays on the wrist, though he did leave the park. He’ll be re-evaluated on Wednesday.

8:20 pm: Dustin Pedroia exited Tuesday night’s game against the Twins with a mild sprain of the right wrist, reports Amalie Benjamin of the Boston Globe.

Pedroia landed awkwardly on the wrist while diving for a ball off the bat of leadoff hitter Denard Span during the first inning. He was replaced in the second inning by Angel Sanchez.

The good news is that the Boston second baseman is currently listed as day-to-day. Feel free to exhale.

  1. tedthejanitor - Mar 23, 2010 at 9:37 PM

    you scared the crap out of me for next nothing…

  2. Go Empire - Mar 23, 2010 at 9:41 PM

    Funny the Nation rests their fait and faith on a tall midget…..

  3. jackie boy - Mar 24, 2010 at 1:10 AM

    Who cares , their not going anywhere, except third or fourth in the east. besides, Pedroia looks like a Gopher , that team is too ugly.

  4. Nasty Boy - Mar 24, 2010 at 1:20 AM

    More like a homely dwarf. There in for a long year. Beckett, will break down in Aug. Lackey always breaks down somewhere along the line, the Pillsbury Doughboy (matsusaka) era will be up around six, so that leaves Lester and Bucholz. Try staying with the rest of the AL east with those rag arms. I would think third will be where they finish, that is if Baltimore’s young pitchers don’t come around.

  5. Robert - Mar 24, 2010 at 4:32 AM

    Nasty boy sounds like a frustrated Yankee fan dreaming of what he could only wish for. THE Best pitching staff in the majors which the red sox have. yanks lucky to finish 2nd IF thier lucky.

  6. Robert - Mar 24, 2010 at 4:37 AM

    As for the rest of the moronic comments since when do looksmake an e.r.a or Batting average. Must be a bunch of under 30 year ols that know not an iota about the game of baseball.Grow up an watch an learn as we dance on your turf again.

  7. Robert - Mar 24, 2010 at 4:44 AM

    As for the rest of comments such as jackie boy, an yes you again nasty boy since when do looks make a great era or slugging percentage or great team as the Red sox truly are. ya sound like a couple of under 30 no nothing yankee fans. Once again the Red sox will DANCE ON YOUR TURF IN SEPTEMBER. WATCH THE GAME OF BASEEBALL AN LEAN A BIT.

  8. jackie boy - Mar 24, 2010 at 8:51 AM

    Do you mean like they did in 2009 ? looks aside, this years Yankees are alot better then last years. Better pitching, better hitting, and we don’t have your BOY Damon screwing things up in the outfield.Your so-called contenders will be lucky to stay ahead of Baltimore.It will be the Yanks wire to wire. Like another one of your BOYS once said, “THERE MY DADDY” remember him, if you don’t, his name was Pedro.

  9. Church of the Perpetually Outraged - Mar 24, 2010 at 9:47 AM

    Forget the Yankee/Sox bashing*, can we at least get the they’re/their/there right? it’s not difficult (looking at you jackieboy [twice!] and Robert].
    * I would have went with “the Yanks would have danced on the fenway turf, but unfortunately the Sox didn’t make it” :)

  10. Big Harold - Mar 24, 2010 at 10:05 AM

    “THE Best pitching staff in the majors which the red sox have…”
    I guess that’s why they signed Alan Embree? Isn’t he about 49 years old now?
    More like the most over rated staff in the majors. Most over rated starters by far and a deceptively weak pen translates into a very good case for 3rd place.

  11. wrong em - Mar 24, 2010 at 2:21 PM

    “They’re”, “their” and “there” have come to this comments section to die.

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