Rafael Devers has been one of the Red Sox' most consistent hitters this season, but they may be without him for a little bit.
Devers left the 9-4 victory over the Twins in the fourth inning with right hamstring tightness. After the game, manager Alex Cora said that Devers is "day-to-day" and they would probably stay away from him Friday when the Sox return home to open a three-game series against the Toronto Blue Jays after an off day Thursday.
Devers, 22, went 2-for-3 on Wednesday before leaving to raise his batting average to .307. The left-handed hitting third baseman has 12 homers and is second on the team with 47 RBI.
Devers was on the injured list three times last season, including twice with a left hamstring issue. Eduardo Nunez took over at third Wednesday and the Sox also have utility men Brock Holt and Marco Hernandez who can play third.
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