"I felt good, so hopefully get back in there tomorrow and see where it goes," Raburn said, adding that he didn't know if he would potentially be a designated hitter or play right field.
"[Raburn] swung the bat well," manager Terry Francona said of the "B" game. "Still a little sore. But it's just a contusion, so he's sore. It's not going to set him back."
Raburn has been out of the lineup since Friday after injuring himself tracking down a fly ball against the Cubs and suffering a left knee contusion and a cut lip. He's 6-for-10 with three runs, two doubles, two home runs and six RBIs in five Cactus League games.
"If I can get around all right -- it still hurts -- but it's one of those things where I don't think I'm going to hurt it any worse than it already is," he said.