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Full Count | WEEI Jun 12, 2015

Mookie Betts leaves game with low back sprain after crashing into wall

While it appeared Mookie Betts escaped some damage after running hard into the corner of the Red Sox bullpen’s wall, he left the game the next inning. The Red Sox announced the injury as a low back sprain. In the second inning of Friday’s Red Sox-Bluee Jays game, Jays first baseman Justin Smoak crushed a […]
Over the Monster Jun 12, 2015

Red Sox vs. Blue Jays lineups: Xander Bogaerts bats third

Xander Bogaerts will move way up Friday night against the Blue Jays. Xander Bogaerts will move all the way up to third in the lineup Friday night as the Red Sox hope Joe Kelly can help them snap a three-game losing streak against the Toronto Blue Jays. Today's Lineups TORONTO BLUE JAYS BOSTON RED SOX Jose Reyes - SS Dustin Pedroia - 2B Josh Donaldson - 3B Brock Holt - LF Jose Bautista - RF Xander Bogaerts - SS Edwin Encarnacion - DH David Ortiz - DH Chris Colabello - LF Mike Napoli - 1B Russell Martin - C Pablo Sandoval - 3B Justin Smoak - 1B Mookie Betts - CF Kevin...

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