10DDustin Pedroia
2B BOS
21 hours ago

Pedroia (knee) was described Thursday as being "at the start of spring training" in terms of where he is in his rehab process, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.

EDGE Analysis

If this is the case, Pedroia is looking at at least another month or so before coming off the disabled list. He's been sidelined all season while recovering from knee surgery last October. Pedroia's timetable will come into focus once he starts ramping up baseball activities. Until then, look for Eduardo Nunez to see the bulk of the starts at second base for the Red Sox.

10DDustin Pedroia
2B BOS
1 week ago

Pedroia (knee) successfully ran the bases Tuesday, Scott Lauber of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

EDGE Analysis

Despite the positive step, it seems like the veteran infielder still isn't ready to head out on a rehab assignment. The next step for Pedroia is to head back to the team's facility in Florida to continue his rehab, leaving a timetable for his return fairly murky.

10DDustin Pedroia
2B BOS
2 weeks ago

Pedroia (knee) is expected to run the bases Tuesday, Bill Koch of the Providence Journal reports.

EDGE Analysis

Pedroia has been taking batting practice for the last month and participated in infield-outfield drills with teammates Saturday. Running the bass is seen as the final step in his recovery.

10DDustin Pedroia
2B BOS
3 weeks ago

Pedroia (knee) was placed on the 10-day DL on Thursday, Evan Drellich of NBC Sports Boston reports.

EDGE Analysis

Unsurprisingly, Pedroia will begin the 2018 campaign on the shelf after undergoing knee surgery in October. The 34-year-old has been participating in some fielding and hitting drills this spring but remains unlikely to return to the keystone at the major-league level until mid-May. Expect to see Eduardo Nunez man second base during his absence.

10DDustin Pedroia
2B BOS
1 month ago

Pedroia (knee) is feeling better, taking grounders and hitting Tuesday, Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Pedroia lobbied to play in some spring games for the Red Sox this week, but remains held out from game action. He's expected to miss around six weeks to start the season following October knee surgery. Eduardo Nunez will be Boston's primary second baseman while Pedroia remains sidelined.

10DDustin Pedroia
2B BOS
1 month ago

Pedroia (knee) will likely remain sidelined from any sort of game action this spring according to manager Alex Cora, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.

EDGE Analysis

This doesn't come as a surprise since Pedroia is expected to miss around the first six weeks of the 2018 season as he recovers from a procedure on his left knee in October. In his place, Eduardo Nunez is set to hold down the fort at the keystone.

10DDustin Pedroia
2B BOS
2 months ago

Pedroia was able to return to hitting Wednesday, marking the first time since undergoing surgery on his left knee in late October, Rob Bradford of WEEI.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

This is another positive step for the second baseman as he continues to progress from a second knee surgery in the past 18 months. He was cleared to run last month but remains a long way from getting out and running the bases. The 34-year-old will look to increase his activity at the plate during the upcoming weeks while remaining on target for a mid-May return.

10DDustin Pedroia
2B BOS
2 months ago

Pedroia (knee) is expected to begin hitting soon but is still a ways away from running the bases, Pete Abraham of The Boston Globe reports.

EDGE Analysis

It seems as if the veteran second baseman is making decent progress in his rehab following knee surgery he underwent in October. This development doesn't come with any update on a timetable for his return, so it still seems like Pedroia will be able to return sometime in late May. More information should come forth as he makes more progress in his recovery.

10DDustin Pedroia
2B BOS
3 months ago

Pedroia (knee) has been cleared to resume running, Alex Speier of The Boston Globe reports.

EDGE Analysis

Pedroia is coming off left knee surgery in late October which will likely cause him to miss the first two months of the 2018 season. This marks an important step for the second baseman, although there hasn't been any word on a specific timetable as we move closer to spring training. Expect there to be another update in the near future as Pedroia continues to rehab from the cartilage restoration procedure.

10DDustin Pedroia
2B BOS
6 months ago

Pedroia underwent surgery to repair cartilage in his left knee Wednesday, and will likely be out until the end of May in the 2018 season, Tim Britton of The Providence Journal reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Red Sox stated in a press release that an estimate for Pedroia to return to game action would come in approximately seven months. Dr. Riley Williams performed the "cartilage restoration procedure" on Pedroia's knee, which had clearly been hampering the second baseman over the last month. As the offseason moves along, there is sure to be more updates on Pedroia's status, including any changes to this initial timetable.