SportPedroia suffers setback in rehab game

18:06  25 may  2019
18:06  25 may  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Pedroia had been expected to continue his rehab assignment with the Portland Sea Dogs this evening. Portland begins a three- game home stand with Hartford at Hadlock Field. He has been on a rehab assignment with the Sea Dogs since May 2, with four hits in 16 at-bats over parts of five games .

Pedroia on Friday removed himself from a rehab game with Double-A Portland due to discomfort in his surgically repaired left knee. Pedroia was making relative progress in his recovery before Friday’s setback . The 35-year-old second baseman restarted his rehab assignment at Triple-A Pawtucket on

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Dustin Pedroia’s body does not seem to be cooperating with him.

Pedroia is on a rehab assignment with the Double-A Portland Sea Dogs and exited Friday’s game early because he “didn’t feel right,” according to Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora.

This has been a long-running theme for the former AL MVP.

Pedroia has been dealing with persistent knee problems since 2017. He hit the injured list three times that season due to his knee and was limited to 105 games. He underwent knee surgery after the season and only played in three games last season, going 1-for-11. He was able to play in six games this season but went just 2-for-20 and has been trying to work his way back since.

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The Red Sox have pulled Dustin Pedroia off his minor league rehab assignment at Double-A Portland following yet another setback with his It all started with a “cleanup” surgery at the end of 2017 and since then he’s appeared in just nine big league games . Assume any “minor” setback means a

Jake McGee threw a little harder than he should have in his rehab outing and will sit a few days with back stiffness.

Maybe Pedroia will be able to work his way back to the Red Sox, but it won’t be without plenty of bumps along the way. His knees are enough of a problem where he simply cannot be counted on.

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