Red Sox On The DL

Clay Buchholz was placed on the 15-day DL on June 19 (retroactive to June 17) with a lower back sprain that has now been diagnosed as a stress fracture in his lumbar spine. It is unlikely the Red Sox righty will return this season.
SP Clay Buchholz
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Clay Buchholz was placed on the 15-day DL on June 19 (retroactive to June 17) with a lower back sprain that has now been diagnosed as a stress fracture in his lumbar spine. It is unlikely the Red Sox righty will return this season.
The Red Sox placed right fielder JD Drew on the DL July 26 (retroactive to July 20) with a left shoulder impingement. He was set to return September 1st but injured his finger during a rehab stint in Pawtucket. The broken finger landed him on the 60-Day DL as the Sox made some September call ups.
RF JD Drew
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The Red Sox placed right fielder JD Drew on the DL July 26 (retroactive to July 20) with a left shoulder impingement. He was set to return September 1st but injured his finger during a rehab stint in Pawtucket. The broken finger landed him on the 60-Day DL as the Sox made some September call ups.
Reliever Bobby Jenks has been placed on the 60-day DL and is unlikely to return this season.
RP Bobby Jenks
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Reliever Bobby Jenks has been placed on the 60-day DL and is unlikely to return this season.
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SP Daisuke Matsuzaka
Starting pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka was placed on the 15-Day DL to rest his right elbow on May 17, which was later diagnosed as a torn UCL. He underwent Tommy John surgery in June which will sideline him until the 2012 season.
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