Pedroia (knee) will continue his rehab assignment through the weekend at Double-A Portland, Michael Silverman of the Boston Herald reports. Pedroia's stop-and-start rehab will move from Triple-A Pawtucket. He's gone 3-for-19 over the five games since the Red Sox restarted his rehab.
Boston manager Alex Cora said Pedroia (knee) still has work to do on his rehab assignment, Michael Silverman of the Boston Herald reports. "I see the at-bats, there's still some stuff that he has to work mechanically," Cora said. "Actually I talked to him yesterday about it, he got some videos, some feedback today and he looked at it, and he was, 'OK, I'm doing that,' so hopefully he can make the adjustments throughout the process, throughout the at-bats and he can get better and better." Pedroia made his second start in the field for Triple-A Pawtucket on Tuesday, and it doesn't sound like he'll be back up with the major-league club this week, per Cora's comments. The Red Sox are in a position where they can take their time with Pedroia, as Michael Chavis has been a capable fill-in starter at second base.
Pedroia (knee) went 1-for-4 while serving as the designated hitter Sunday in a rehab game for Triple-A Pawtucket. Pedroia entered the Pawtucket lineup for the third consecutive day, a positive sign as he looks to overcome the troubling left knee injury that forced a return to the 10-day injured list a month earlier. According to Alex Speier of The Boston Globe, Pedroia will get a breather Monday with Pawtucket off the schedule before returning to action Tuesday as the affiliate's starting second baseman. If he endures no setbacks in his return to the field, Pedroia could be cleared to return to Boston's active roster by next weekend.
Pedroia (knee) went 1-for-3 with a run scored for Triple-A Pawtucket on Friday. Pedroia rebooted his minor-league rehab work after his previous rehab assignment was shut down earlier this week. He started at second base and played six innings. He's scheduled to play three consecutive games over the weekend, Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald reports.
Pedroia (knee) is expected to begin a minor-league rehab assignment with Triple-A Pawtucket on Friday, Alex Speier of The Boston Globe reports. Pedroia has been cleared to pick back up his rehab assignment after a brief shutdown period earlier in the week due to a minor setback. The veteran second baseman figures to use up his entire 20-day rehab window before likely rejoining the Red Sox in early June.