Rain-chased from Fenway Park, the Red Sox yesterday drilled for two hours in Briggs Cage. The practice was high-lighted by Ted Williams' first heavy batting practice since he broke his collar bone. Harvard coaches and players watched the injured slugger, who may be ready to pinch hit this weekend.
Williams Shows Improvement as Red Sox Drill in Briggs Cage
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