Life has been good for Red Sox fans in this start of the season: They have the best record in the Majors and arguably are at this point, the main contenders to win the World Series. Even though they are still missing some key pieces, so it could only get better for them.
So great news are coming up from the Red Sox' clubhouse, as captain Dustin Pedroia had his first baseball activity since he had a knee surgery earlier this year. Pedroia featured on an extended Spring Training game this Sunday according to Alex Speier of the Boston Globe.
According to MLB.com's Christopher Smith, Alex Cora is aware of Pedroia's progress, but the Red Sox manager wants to keep things calm and being cautious of Dustin's situation, preferring to not to rush an early comeback for the captain:
Let's be honest. He wants to play. He feels great. ... He's sending videos to show me how better he looks