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|Josh Beckett delivered five solid innings Saturday against the Orioles at Fenway South.|
|Carl Crawford took another step in the right direction Saturday.|
"Bursitis is caused by inflammation of a bursa, a small jelly-like sac that usually contains a small amount of fluid. Bursae are located throughout the body, most importantly around the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and heel. They act as cushions between bones and the overlying soft tissues, and help reduce friction between the gliding muscles and the bone."
"The main symptom of hip bursitis is pain at the point of the hip. The pain usually extends to the outside of the thigh area. In the early stages, the pain is usually described as sharp and intense. Later, it may feel more achy and spread out. Typically, the pain is worse at night, when lying on the affected hip, and when getting up from a chair after being seated for a while. It also may get worse with prolonged walking, stair climbing, or squatting."Ryan Kalish (neck, shoulder), who is playing catch from 60 feet, plans to start hitting off a tee on Monday.