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Back spasms bother Drew

Red Sox starter Paul Byrd wound up experiencing a rough first inning, surrendering a two-run homer to Alex Rios. Red Sox starter Paul Byrd wound up experiencing a rough first inning, surrendering a two-run homer to Alex Rios. (Mike Cassese/Reuters)
By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / August 23, 2008

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TORONTO - J.D. Drew walked into the visitors' clubhouse yesterday, clearly in pain. He had trouble walking, trouble bending, trouble sitting. He had just come from Mt. Sinai Hospital, where he was taken for an MRI after experiencing increased stiffness in his lower back when he awakened. (Full article: 958 words)

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