David Ortiz DH BOS 14 Hrs

Ortiz (elbow/foot) is back in the lineup Wednesday in Toronto, Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe reports.

Ortiz endured a rough weekend, leaving back-to-back outings Saturday and Sunday following a hit by pitch on his left elbow and fouling a ball of his right foot, respectively. As a result, he missed the past two games, but in his return to action, he's manning DH and batting third in the order.

David Ortiz DH BOS 2 Days

Ortiz (elbow/foot) remains out of the lineup Tuesday in Toronto, Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe reports.

Ortiz reported improvement with his bruised right foot Monday, but any additional progress with the ailment is unknown. Continue to consider him day-to-day, while Mike Napoli covers designated hitter for a second consecutive game.

David Ortiz DH BOS 3 Days

Ortiz (elbow/foot) is out of the lineup Monday in Toronto and unsure whether he'll be able to play Tuesday, Brian MacPherson of the Providence Journal reports. Speaking of his potential availability Tuesday, Ortiz said, "If I can jog around, I'll play."

However, Ortiz confirmed that "I can't put much weight on it, but it's better than it was last night or this morning." His description is understandable after fouling a ball off his right foot Sunday, which followed getting hit by a pitch on the left elbow Saturday. Despite his banged-up status, consider him day-to-day until further notice.

David Ortiz DH BOS 3 Days

Ortiz (elbow/foot) remains out of the lineup Monday at Toronto, Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe reports.

Ortiz was removed from back-to-back games Saturday and Sunday as a result of bruises to his left elbow and right foot, respectively. The rough weekend leaves the designated hitter day-to-day, allowing Mike Napoli to handle DH duties in Ortiz's place.

David Ortiz DH BOS 3 Days

Ortiz left Sunday's game vs. the Mariners with a bruised right foot, Scott Lauber of the Boston Herald reports.

For the second straight game, Ortiz left early on account of a bruise, though it appears the left elbow contusion he sustained Saturday night is no longer an issue. Sunday's injury could be just a minor concern as well, as Ortiz seems to just be dealing with some swelling after fouling a ball off his foot. The Red Sox will likely reevaluate him Monday morning before determining if he's fit to play in the series opener against the Blue Jays.

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Ortiz (elbow) is back in the lineup Sunday against the Mariners, Scott Lauber of the Boston Herald reports.

As manager John Farrell alluded to in his post-game press conference, Ortiz will not require any time off after he left Saturday's contest with swelling on his elbow. He'll occupy the third spot in the Red Sox lineup, nestling in between Dustin Pedroia and Yoenis Cespedes.

David Ortiz DH BOS 5 Days

Ortiz left Saturday's game with a left elbow bruise, the Boston Herald's Scott Lauber reports.

He reacted in intense pain when he was hit on the elbow by a pitch earlier in the game, but didn't come out until his next at-bat was due up. Assuming X-rays come back negative, he should be back in the lineup in short order.

David Ortiz DH BOS 5 Days

Ortiz returned to action Friday night after getting an off day for general soreness. He went 2-for-2 with two walks and a run scored in a loss to the Mariners.

One of those two walks was intentional and came immediately before Yoenis Cespedes launched a three-run shot over the wall at Fenway. Ortiz appears to be over the soreness and will be even better when the Red Sox add Rusney Castillo to the lineup.

David Ortiz DH BOS 6 Days

Ortiz (general soreness) is back in the lineup, hitting third, Friday against Felix Hernandez and the Mariners, the Providence Journal's Tim Britton reports.

He sat out Thursday's game and left Wednesday's game early with "general soreness," but after a day off, he's ready to reclaim his spot in the middle of Boston's lineup. For his career, Ortiz has slashed .324/.415/.441 with one home run in 34 at-bats against Hernandez.

David Ortiz DH BOS 7 Days

Ortiz (general soreness) is not in the lineup Thursday against the Angels, Alex Speier of WEEI.com reports.

Ortiz came out of Wednesday's game feeling a little beat up, so he'll receive the evening off as a therapy day more than anything. His absence from the lineup will allow the freshly-activated Allen Craig to settle in as the DH, but expect Ortiz to resume his usual responsibilities in Friday's series opener against the Mariners.