Diasuke Matsuzaka is set to make two more minor league rehab starts before rejoining the Boston Red Sox.
Daisuke Matsuzaka is working his way through the minors as he makes his way back from Tommy John surgery, making his first Triple-A appearance of his rehab assignment Monday night.
The Red Sox finally got to .500, but it didn’t last for long as the club dropped the next two games to fall to 11-13. Are the injuries the problem here? Sean McAdam of Comcast SportsNet joined Toucher & Rich to discuss.
Daisuke Matsuzaka is heading to Pawtucket.
Boston Globe’s Peter Abraham spoke with Toucher & Rich about the high pitch counts, starting pitching, the bullpen and Kevin Youkilis.
Diasuke Matsuzaka began his road to recovery Monday night, tossing four innings for the Salem Red Sox of the High-A Carolina League.
Peter Abraham spoke with Toucher & Rich about Spring Training, the compensation for Theo Epstein, Carl Crawford’s wrist and Daisuke Matsuzaka’s status.
Daisuke Matsuzaka threw his first bullpen session on Monday since undergoing Tommy John surgery last June, according to the Mainichi Daily News.
Bobby Valentine has already made calls to most of his Red Sox, and the new Boston manager is getting a feel for his new players.
During a conversation with Red Sox fans on Twitter, GM Ben Cherington said Tuesday that starter Daisuke Matsuzaka will not be ready for the start of the 2012 season.