The effects of Manny Machado's slide linger. Dustin Pedroia is to go through further testing Monday in Boston after he was out of the Red Sox lineup Sunday afternoon for a second straight game. Machado spiked Pedroia in the left leg on Friday night at Camden Yards, causing him to leave the game and angering the Red Sox. Pedroia was concerned about his knee, which was surgically repaired in the fall. "He's still sore both in the ankle and the knee, so unavailable once again today," Sox manager John Farrell told reporters in Baltimore before Sunday's game. "When we get back to Boston, he'll go through some further imaging tomorrow, just to rule anything out so with some of the swelling that still
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The Boston Red Sox are back at Fenway Park for a 10-game homestand against the New York Yankees, Chicago Cubs and Baltimore Orioles. But before the homestand begins, Red Sox pitchers David Price and Steven Wright spent their day off Monday handing out ice cream to fans on Yawkey Way. To see the Red Sox pitchers surprise fans with ice cream, check out the video above from “NESN Sports Today,” presented by People’s United Bank.