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Victorino completed his third rehab game on Tuesday in Triple-A Pawtucket, going 0-for-4 with three strikeouts. He has gone 1-for-11 with an infield single during his rehab assignment.
So if I have this straight, Nava went down and Wilson came up for Wednesday, in case they needed a fresh reliever. And today we expect Wilson to be sent down and Victorino to be activated, in time for a Doubront (5.1 IP average) start. What could possibly go wrong?
No one wants Carp?
I suspect it is more of a function that the Sox want Carp than no one else wants him. There is no incentive for the Sox to just ship Carp out if they aren't making themselves better. Letting Nava (who has been AWFUL so far) get his timing back in Pawtucket isn't the worst move. The idea that in the next 3-4 weeks someone from Sizemore/Bradley/Carp/Gomes/Victorino is going to get hurt is not that big a reach.
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