Pedroia (knee) did some running Tuesday, Evan Drellich of CSN New England reports. He did directional drills Monday and progressed to running on the field. Pedroia does not have a firm timetable to return, and is running out of time to go on a rehab assignment, as the minor-league season will be over in a couple weeks. Eduardo Nunez should continue to start at second base while he is out.
Pedroia (knee) participated in directional drills Monday, Tim Britton of The Providence Journal reports. As planned, Pedroia resumed participating in baseball activities Monday, and he'll continue doing workouts in Boston while the team is playing a series against the Indians in Cleveland. Until Pedroia comes off the disabled list, Eduardo Nunez will continue seeing regular time at second base.
Pedroia (knee) is expected to begin baseball activities sometime next week, Alex Speier of The Boston Globe reports. Since July 29, Pedroia has played just one game, as he's had to deal with a nagging knee injury. Although a specific return date has yet to be set, one should take shape as Pedroia ramps up his level of activity. Until he's set to come off the disabled list, Eduardo Nunez will likely remain Boston's primary second baseman.
Manager John Farrell said Pedroia (knee) is improving but won't be ready for activation when first eligible, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. Pedroia has yet to resume baseball activities, and he'll remain without a clear timetable until he is able to do so. The veteran second baseman continues to slowly work his way back from a lingering knee issue, and he remains confident that he'll be able to return this season. In the meantime, Eduardo Nunez will continue to fill in for him at second base.
Pedroia (knee) said he hopes to return this season, but there is no timetable for his return, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports. Pedroia, who was placed on the DL for the second time this month with left knee inflammation Saturday, reportedly needs to undergo surgery similar to the operation he underwent this past offseason, but will try to work with doctors to play through it. The veteran second baseman has been dealing with the ailment since Manny Machado slid into him during a game back in April, yet still boasts an impressive .303 batting average and 54 RBI this season. Eduardo Nunez will continue seeing an everyday role at second base in his absence.