Rafael Devers Leaves Red Sox Game Vs. Twins With Right Hamstring Tightness

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June 19, 2019

The Boston Red Sox are down a third baseman for at least the remainder of Wednesday’s game against the Twins.

Rafael Devers left Wednesday night’s game in Minnesota during the fifth inning when he went from first to third. He appeared to slow down as he approached the third-base bag, prompting manager Alex Cora and a team trainer to come out of the dugout before he left the contest.

Boston announced the 22-year-old suffered right hamstring tightness and is day-to-day.

Eduardo Nuñez took over for Devers.

 

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