Pedroia says wrist responds well
“I hit the ground a few times and dove and I was fine,” he said. “Swinging, I was fine.”
Pedroia stuck out in his first at-bat, which he said was a result of getting his timing back. He singled his next time up.
“That’s the only thing I was trying to do today, make sure it felt great and see some pitches,” he said.
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