CHICAGO — Dustin Pedroia walked into the clubhouse at 4 p.m. on Tuesday wearing a large black brace on his left wrist. After changing into shorts and a T-shirt, he went directly to the trainer’s room for treatment.
That will be his routine for at least the next 10 days. But given the alternatives, that represented good news for the Red Sox and their second baseman.
Pedroia has a severe sprain of his wrist, but tests performed Tuesday morning in Boston showed no fractures or torn ligaments.
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