Rafael Devers injured his left knee during a game against the Cleveland Guardians, leading to an early exit and adding to a tough start to the season for the Boston Red Sox third baseman.

By the Numbers
  • Devers is hitting just .205 with two home runs and five RBIs this season.
  • Devers has missed six games due to a nagging shoulder issue.
Yes, But

Devers expressed frustration at his injuries, noting that he's not used to being sidelined for extended periods.

State of Play
  • Rafael Devers is facing a knee injury, with the team considering further testing to assess the extent of the issue.
  • Garrett Whitlock also left the game due to left oblique tightness and will undergo evaluation the next day.
  • Outfielder Tyler O'Neill, who collided with Devers in a previous game, cleared concussion protocol but is likely to sit out the following game.
What's Next

Further medical evaluation will determine the extent of Devers and Whitlock's injuries, impacting their availability for upcoming games.

Bottom Line

Rafael Devers' knee injury adds to the Red Sox's woes this season, while Garrett Whitlock's exit and outfielder Tyler O'Neill's recovery also pose challenges for the team moving forward.