Found June 19, 2013 on MLB Injury News:
The Boston Red Sox have placed catcher David Ross on the seven-day concussion disabled list for the second time this season. Manager John Farrell told Michael Periatt of MLB.com that a recent foul tip caused Ross’ symptoms to return, prompting the roster move. "He's still having symptoms with the concussion," manager John Farrell said. "The foul tip the other day in Baltimore kind of brought some of those symptoms back." Ross took a foul tip to the face mask during Friday’s game against the Baltimore Orioles, and this is what has caused his concussion symptoms to return. The veteran backstop was also out from May 12 through May 24 after taking two foul balls off his mask on May 11 against the Toronto Blue Jays. On the season, Ross has hit .185/.274/.400 with two doubles and four home runs over 75 plate appearances. To replace Ross on the roster, the Red Sox recalled right-hander Alex Wilson from Triple-A. As a result of the injury, Jarrod Saltalamacchia had to catch both games of Boston’s double header yesterday. Follow @mlbinjurynews Looking for fantasy baseball advice?
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