According to Pete Abraham of the Boston Globe, Red Sox outfielder, Cody Ross, was on the field, taking batting practice for the first time since being placed on the disabled list.
Cody Ross taking BP on the field for the first time since fracturing his foot. Just put one in the Monster Seats. #RedSox— Pete Abraham (@PeteAbe) June 9, 2012
Ross hasn't suited up in nearly a month. His last game was on May 18, when he homered for the second consecutive day.
The outfielder has been a very nice pick up for the Red Sox in 2012. Before the injury, he was batting .271, with eight home runs and 28 runs batted in. The 31 year old outfielder has 108 career home runs and 399 runs batted in. He also has a World Series ring, which he won with the San Francisco Giants.