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Though the Red Sox left Fenway Park victorious on Saturday, Dustin Pedroia‘s 30th birthday ended with a swift kick to the shin. Pedroia fouled off an Adam Warren pitch just above his left foot in the eighth inning of Boston’s 6-1 win over the Yankees — the same foot he broke in similar fashion back in 2010. He remained in the game to complete the at-bat, striking out swinging, before being replaced at second base by Brock Holt the following inning. It was a scary moment for Sox fans and teammates alike, as Pedroia remained down for several seconds and was examined by the coaching staff before returning to the batter’s box. After undergoing preliminary tests, though, manager John Farrell does not believe the injury will have any lasting effects. “He’s sore,” Farrell said after the game. “The foul ball got him just above the ankle, on the shin. We’ll check him in the morning, but at this point we don’t anticipate [him] missing any time. “He had a fluoroscan done here at the ballpark, ...
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