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Hits keep on coming for Drew

He's plunked on hand, but X-rays are negative

J.D. Drew, escorted to first by trainer Paul Lessard, was hit in the right hand by a pitch and suffered a contusion. J.D. Drew, escorted to first by trainer Paul Lessard, was hit in the right hand by a pitch and suffered a contusion. (Charles krupa/Associated Press)
By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / March 21, 2009

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FORT MYERS, Fla. - There was danger in the batter's box yesterday, especially with Pittsburgh's Donnie Veal on the mound. Not only did David Ortiz get dropped by a pitch, so too did Jason Bay . And J.D. Drew got plunked on the right hand under the pinkie, near the wrist. Drew was removed from the game and sent to ... (Full article: 1390 words)

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