Andrew Benintendi leaves game with left knee sprain

null Baseball null null Red Sox rookie outfielder Andrew Benintendi left Wednesday night's game against the Rays in the seventh inning after suffering a knee injury.Benintendi, 22, rolled awkwardly on his left leg while trying to get back to second base and had to be helped off the field. After the game, he was diagnosed with a left knee sprain with further evaluation scheduled for Thursday. According to the Tufts Medical Center, an ACL injury for Benintendi is not out of the question, but remains unlikely considering the origin of the injury. It's possible he is dealing with an MCL sprain. A disabled list stint looks likely for Benintendi,

who is hitting .323/.366/.477 with 11 runs scored and 10 RBIs in 68 at-bats this season.MORE: Best hitter last names of past 100 yearsTo add insult to injury, the Red Sox lost 4-3 in 11 innings on an error.