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Running start for Pedroia?

He hopes to get clearance soon

Dustin Pedroia, wearing his protective equipment on his injured left foot, was in the cage hitting at the start of batting practice. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff) Dustin Pedroia, wearing his protective equipment on his injured left foot, was in the cage hitting at the start of batting practice.
By Peter Abraham
Globe Staff / August 5, 2010

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Tomorrow will mark exactly six weeks since Dustin Pedroia broke a bone in his left foot in San Francisco, and doctors may clear him that day to start running at a quicker pace. (Full article: 845 words)

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