As the Red Sox prepare for the start of the Yankees series, bad news filtered through Fenway Park.
Andrew Bailey is injured and likely done for the season.
Manger John Farrell announced that Bailey has significant damage to the labrum and capsule in his shoulder. While Bailey is weighing options, it looks like season ending surgery. Recovery time is about 12 months.
Farrell said the injury occurred during Bailey's relief stint in Oakland last Friday.
It’s been a tough season for Bailey. He was on the DL earlier this season with a biceps strain. Since returning, Bailey has not pitched well posting a 5.51 ERA with eight walks and six home runs allowed over 16 1/3 innings.
The Clay Buchholz watch continues. Buchholz was supposed to throw a bullpen session on Thursday. It didn't happen. All the Red Sox can do now is wait.
Farrell said that Buchholz had his bullpen session scratched due to soreness after attempting to pick up the intensity in th...