BOSTON (AP) – Dave Roberts is back at Fenway Park after receiving a good medical report following his treatment for Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

San Diego’s first base coach says he got clean scans at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. He talked before the Padres opened a three-game series against his former team on Monday night.

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Roberts underwent treatment after the cancer was discovered early last year and worked out with Padres players early this year. He has to undergo two scans each year.

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The former outfielder may be best known for his stolen base in the bottom of the ninth of Game 4 of the 2004 AL championship series with the New York Yankees leading 4-3 after they won the first three games. He scored and the Red Sox won four straight games, then swept the Cardinals in the World Series.

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