Pedroia played final month, playoffs with cracked hamate bone
Bloody sock, meet broken wrist.
The Boston Red Sox's 2007 run to the World Series championship gained a medical legend of its own when second baseman Dustin Pedroia revealed he played the last two months of the season and the playoffs with a cracked hamate bone in his left wrist, the Boston Herald reported.
In 2004, Red Sox starter Curt Schilling pitched in Game 6 of the the ALCS and Game 2 of the World Series with an injured tendon sutured in place. The resulting bloodstains ...
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