This week in the nation's capitol, Steven Wright was back with the team and spoke to NESN on the field frankly about his ongoing issues with his surgically repaired knee.
Monday of this week while the Red Sox were in New York, Wright was examined by his knee surgeon, Dr. Riley Williams III, at the Hospital for Special Surgery. This resulted in a platelet-rich plasma injection, a procedure that Wright also had done back in April to fight swelling in the knee.
In Washington Wright continued his throwing program and the Red Sox are hopeful that he can be put back on the active roster before the All-Star break.
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