David Ortiz Injury UpdateUp to the minute news and rumors on David Ortiz's injury
After missing two games with a foot injury, David Ortiz returned to the Boston Red Sox's lineup on Wednesday against the Toronto Blue Jays.
The Sox can make it two in a row on Tuesday, but for the second straight night, theyll have to do it without David Ortiz, who is still out with injuries to his elbow and foot he suffered against the Mariners over the weekend.
David Ortiz's injured right foot will keep him out of the Red Sox lineup for a second straight game Tuesday. On Monday, Ortiz had said he was hopeful of playing Tuesday, but he was not in the lineup posted by the Red Sox for the 7 p.m. game against the Blue Jays. Ortiz suffered the injury when he fouled a ball off his foot in the fourth inning of Sunday's 8-6 loss to the Mariners, describing it as "the worst" pain he'd ever felt from such an incident.
TORONTO -- David Ortiz's injured right foot will keep him out of the Red Sox lineup on Monday, but Ortiz is hopeful he'll be available tomorrow if he continues to heal at the same rate. "It's better than what it was last night or this morning," Ortiz said. "[There's] nothing broken or anything, so once the inflammation goes away it should be fine." Ortiz suffered the injury when he fouled a ball off his foot in the fourth inning of Sunday's 8-6 loss to the Mariners, describing it as "the worst" pain he'd ever felt from such an incident.
TORONTO — After leaving Sunday’s game with a contused right foot — having fouled a ball off himself in the fourth inning — David Ortiz is not in the Red Sox‘ starting lineup Monday against Blue Jays starter J.A. Happ. While an initial exam ruled out any fracture, Ortiz was noticeably sore following the Sox’ […]
The plan was for Allen Craig to play nine innings in right field and get four at-bats for the Pawtucket Red Sox last night. But due to circumstances surrounding the ailments of Will Middlebrooks (hamstring), Mike Napoli (back), and a scheduled day off for designated hitter David Ortiz, the plan was changed.Craig was activated from the disabled list and went 0-for-3 in Ortiz’ DH spot for the Red Sox in their 2-0 loss to the Los Angeles Angels at Fenway Park.
BOSTON—Despite a 4-for-4 night by David Ortiz that included his 30th home run, the Red Sox lost their fourth in a row Wednesday night. But that was a trifle compared to the loss endured by the Los Angeles Angels at Fenway Park. The Angels lost their best pitcher, right-hander Garrett Richards, who was carted away on a stretcher in the second inning with what the club called a left knee patellar injury. The club offered no further details pending a more complete examination.
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