But Bogaerts, who hurt his groin in early July and was hit by a pitch on his hand later that month, said otherwise.
3 spot with the St. Louis Cardinals in town for a two-game interleague series, and Farrell indicated that would be the preferred alignment going forward as long as Hanley Ramirez is also in the game.
For opponents who bring in a lefty to face Benintendi, they better have a righty lined up to get on the mound for the very next hitter.
“Provided guys swing the bat to their capability, you’ve got Benny sandwiched in between right-handers and you’d like to think it’s going to keep him on the strong side of the plate with opposing pitchers.”
Yesterday began the 16th annual WEEI/NESN Jimmy Fund Radio-Telethon in support of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
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