Ross feels fine after twisting knee

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Ross feels fine after twisting knee

BOSTON -- Cody Ross was removed from Saturday night's game in the 10th inning after he twisted his knee, and was replaced with Che-Hsuan Lin.

Ross said that he injured the knee about a month ago sliding into second base. But he never said anything then because the pain just went away.

He believes this will be a similar injury, and insists it's not a big deal.

"I slid and just kind of tweaked my knee," said Ross after Saturday's loss. "It's fine though. Bobby took me out for precautionary reasons, and I came in, iced it, and it's fine."

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