Bradley (knee) will be placed on the 10-day disabled list, Ian Browne of MLB.com reports.
The injury first occurred Saturday when he lost his footing rounding the bases, causing him to miss Sunday's game. Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said before Monday's series finale that he didn't think the injury was anything of "major effect", but the club obviously wants to be careful so that the ailment doesn't become a long-term issue. The knee appeared stable upon an initial examination by doctors at Comerica Park, but after he woke up Sunday with swelling and stiffness, Bradley went for an MRI that revealed inflammation on the outside of the knee capsule and the sprained ligament.
Bradley was sent for an MRI, the results of which were believed as recently as yesterday to be not serious enough to warrant a stint on the DL. "I already got some treatment on it. Feel like it's going in the right direction". The flu hit the Red Sox hard, affecting Betts, Ramirez, and Holt.
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Bradley had struck a similarly upbeat tone Saturday after twisting his knee awkwardly and falling to the dirt. "We'll hopefully have some more definitive news by game time, because we do have a roster move we have to make with the return of Matt Barnes here today".
Jennings says Andrew Benintendi will "likely" play center in place of Bradley Jr.