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Mike Napoli (1B)

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ESPN | Apr 17th, 12:22am
Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli took ground balls at first base before Wednesday night's game against the Chicago White Sox, one day after dislocating the ring finger on his left hand on a headfirst slide into second base.
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MLB.com | Apr 16th, 11:25pm
In that carousel known as the Red Sox's walking wounded, Dustin Pedroia returned to the starting lineup on Wednesday night and hit in the leadoff spot while Mike Napoli was out of action for the first time this season with a dislocated left ring finger.
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Rotoworld | Apr 16th, 8:10pm
Mike Napoli (finger) is not in the Red Sox starting lineup Wednesday night against the White Sox.
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KFFL | Apr 16th, 7:43pm
Boston Red Sox 1B Mike Napoli (finger) is not in the starting lineup Wednesday, April ...
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KFFL | Apr 16th, 2:00pm
Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell said 1B Mike Napoli's (finger) availability is on a ...
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Sports Injury Alert | Apr 16th, 11:45am
The Boston Red Sox lost a close one last night to the Chicago White Sox, 2-1.  As if losing wasn't bad enough, the Red Sox also lost Mike Napoli to a dislocated finger in the ninth inning.  If you look closely at the below picture, you can actually see it.  The injury was bad enough that umpire Jim Joyce screamed "oh my god!" when he saw the finger.  From Pete Abraham of the Boston...
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KFFL | Apr 16th, 11:13am
Boston Red Sox 1B Mike Napoli (finger) dislocated his left ring finger sliding into second ...
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ESPN | Apr 16th, 4:24am
Boston Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli left Tuesday night's game against the White Sox after injuring his left ring finger sliding into second base in the ninth inning.
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Rotoworld | Apr 16th, 4:00am
Mike Napoli has been diagnosed with a dislocated left ring finger.
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Rotoworld | Apr 16th, 3:25am
Mike Napoli left Tuesday's game against the White Sox after appearing to dislocate his left ring finger on a slide into second base.
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Yahoo | Mar 24th, 12:31am
With an ADP outside the top 150, Napoli is weirdly disrespected by the fantasy community. He's an excellent power bat, a guy with a career slugging percentage of .502, and he does his hitting in the heart of one of the game's best lineups. Napoli delivered 23 homers and 92 RBIs last season, despite playing just 139 games. He's feeling great at the moment, and has to be considered a strong candidate for an 80-25-90 campaign. - Brandon Funston