Los Angeles Angels hitter Taylor Ward was replaced in an unfortunate accident.
Ward was hit in the head by a sand dune while dealing with Toronto starter Alec Manoa in the top of the 5th inning of an away game against the Toronto Blue Jays at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 30th (Korean time).
In the 2-0 count, the 91.7 mile sinker on the third pitch went high to the body, and Ward couldn’t avoid it and was hit directly in the left temple.토토사이트
Ward, who collapsed from the shock, could not get up again even while coach Phil Nevin and trainers came to check his condition. Although he got up on his own, he was eventually loaded onto a cart and left the field.
Toronto players knelt down and watched him while he was being treated, praying for the opposing player’s safety.
Manoa, who threw the ball, looked the most shocked. The moment the ball he threw hit the hitter’s head, he wrapped his head in his hands and looked in agony.
Injuring his opponent’s batter was the worst, but it was also unfortunate that he allowed a run with a free on-base in a full base situation. In the end, I went down the mound with this sand dune at the end.
Henesis Cabrera, who made a relief mound, put out two batters in a row and did not allow any additional runs. He recorded 4 hits, 3 walks, 6 strikeouts and 1 run in 4 1/3 innings.