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Drew Pomeranz comes out of Red Sox game with left triceps soreness

05.14.17 at 2:57 pm ET
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Drew Pomeranz

Drew Pomeranz

The Red Sox’ rotation has taken another hit.

Just after completing his warm-ups heading into the top of the fourth inning, Drew Pomeranz summoned for the team’s medical staff. After a quick visit from trainer Paul Buchheit and Red Sox manager John Farrell, the Sox starting pitcher was escorted to the dugout. He appeared to be flexing his left arm/shoulder just before exiting. It was announced that Pomeranz was dealing with left triceps soreness.

Pomeranz completed his 57-pitch, three-inning outing having given up two runs on three hits. Reliever Ben Taylor came on to pitch the fourth inning for the hosts, who trailed 2-1 after three frames. He walked three batters, while also fanning three.

Pomeranz began the season on the 10-day disabled list after having his spring training slowed by a left triceps ailment. The lefty was already eased into the exhibition season after receiving a stem cell injection in his left elbow in the offseason.

The starter currently holds a 5.29 ERA, having made seven starts.

More to come …

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