Boston's Mookie Betts leaves game after getting hurt

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For more on Sale, check out the "Red Sox Final" video above, presented by Rodenhiser Heating & Cooling. Betts walked off slowly and was replaced by Tzu-Wei Lin, who went into centre.

He said he's been dealing with the injury for a "couple days".

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But after the Red Sox' 4-3 win over the Mets Cora suggested this issue was nothing like the one Betts dealt with at the end of May, going so far as to say he wouldn't be surprised if the MVP candidate was back in the lineup at designated hitter Tuesday at Yankee Stadium.

"I was able to get some stretching, get some work in, but it kind of flared back up on the second throw", he said. "Like I said it'll be fine, and be ready to play Tuesday". And even though oblique injuries can often linger if not given time to heal, the Red Sox think Betts will be healthy enough to avoid missing any time.

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"I took him out right away", Cora said. He's saying he's fine on Tuesday.He'll get treatment tomorrow. He'll be there and we'll go from there.

"Mookie, he felt a little bit sore".

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