Ortiz hits D.L., set for post-season treatment
David Ortiz could return this season, but he would still need further mending in the offseason
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There is still a chance of Big Papi will return this year from a persistent right Achilles strain. But it won't be for at least another fifteen days inside access takes us to Fenway Park Jessica -- with the details on Davis is. This is a little better than expected as David Ortiz still hopes to play again this season but it also would not be big surprise if he did it suit up again the Sox DH is going to have eight PRP injection within the next couple days to try to. Relieve some of the pain in that sore Achilles. No surgery is needed for him he did make sure to go ahead and say that on Monday but it is still possible at this doesn't work. He could be shut down for the season. Also playing a big factor do you think free agents at the end of this year so they certainly do not want to jeopardize the rest of the 36 year old. Career here's more on our -- this situation. Through years so -- home. Throwing everyone you know are important for me is. We've some space and this is what I know I know a hard time finding it to be -- the former level you play. -- then we'll get better I think a lot over the Cubs on to another do it that way that -- and play another hopefully. For the years. You know we are performing better and -- duties. Forward. We have expectation that he'll be back. -- and others this treatment those. We'll give them the full benefit of fifteen days retroactive last hadn't played. Man. See if we can get back to put agencies. Even if -- comes back and feels better he will not be done taking care of that Achilles once the season is over he says you'll have a special shockwave treatments that it's expected to take about a month. To fully recover and then he should be good to go. From Fenway Park and just ran for Comcast sports net.