Found April 06, 2013 on NESN.com:
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You hate to see this happen after John Lackey worked so hard to return from Tommy John surgery. Lackey threw a 2-2 pitch to Jose Reyes and immediately clutched his right bicep. Lackey left the mound in a lot of pain with his arm dangling. Lackey appeared to tweak his arm on the previous pitch. It was Lackey’s first start since missing the entire 2012 season with Tommy John surgery. Lackey threw 4 1/3 innings with eight strikeouts and two earned runs off a J.P. Arencibia home run. Alfredo Aceves came into the game to relieve Lackey, who went into the clubhouse. We’ll keep you updated as we know more about Lackey’s injury.
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