Found July 17, 2012 on Boston Sports Media Watch:
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Monday was a busy day in the world of Boston sports, led by the return of Kevin Youkilis to Fenway Park. The Red Sox won the game 5-1 over the White Sox as a result of Adrian Gonzalez’ three-run home run in the eighth inning. The big story of the game was on the home run designated hitter David Ortiz appeared to injure his leg while rounding second base. Following the game manager Bobby Valentine said it was an achilles injury and he is expected to miss a few games. Ortiz said he would have an MRI Tuesday. Ortiz injures achilles tendon- Nick Cafardo in his notebook has what a bizarre injury season it has been for the Red Sox. Kevin Youkilis feels love at Fenway- Joe McDonald looks at the former Red Sox’ return to Fenway, a game in which he had three hits. Kevin Youkilis feels comfortable with White Sox- Bob Ryan (subscription only) also has a look at Youkilis’ return to Fenway. It was Ryan’s last official Red Sox assignment with the Globe before he is set to retire after the Olympic...
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