Report: MRI on Red Sox 2B Dustin Pedroia shows no fracture or structural damage
The MRI taken on Saturday of Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia's hand showed no fracture or structural damage and the four-time All-Star remains day-to-day, according to a tweet from Tim Britton of the Providence Journal.
The team tweeted on Saturday that X-rays were also negative and that he remains day-to-day. Pedroia, 30, bruised his right hand while fielding a throw on a stolen base in the second inning of Friday's 3-2 win at home over the Tampa Bay Rays. He missed Boston's game on Saturday and will likely be out for Sunday's game to wrap up the series.
In 53 games this season, he is batting .275 with a .349 on-base percentage He has two home runs and 17 RBIs.
MRI on Pedroia confirms no fracture or structural damage.
— Tim Britton (@TimBritton) May 31, 2014
X rays were negative for Pedroia. He's undergoing MRI now. Per Farrell, hopefully looking like a day-to-day issue.
— Boston Red Sox (@RedSox) May 31, 2014