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The most important thing is that David Ross is healthy. After spending two months on the disabled list because of a concussion, the backup catcher has played two games for the Red Sox and not felt any symptoms.
“Not a thing,” Ross said on Sunday. “I’m off the medication I was on, too. It’s back to normal — well at least as normal as I can be.”
Ross can joke now, but he was worried he would not rejoin the Red Sox this season after suffering a concussion on May 11 and another one on June 14.
“It was hard for me to be away from the team and watch what was going on from home,” he said.
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