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Indians’ David Huff hit in Head by Line Drive

 

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Cleveland Indians starting pitcher David Huff was hit in the head by an Alex Rodriguez line drive during the third inning of Saturday’s game at Yankee Stadium. The ball ricocheted off Huff’s head into right field, and the Yankees managed to score a run on the play. Huff immediately crumpled to the ground and was motionless for several minutes. Members of both the Indians and Yankee’s training staffs rushed to the mound and many players, including Rodriguez, took a knee near the mound for their fallen comrade. Huff was taken off the field on a mobilized card and gave a thumbs up as the crowd gave him a standing ovation. He was rushed to nearby New York Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center where he received a CT scan that came back negative for any traumatic brain injury.


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The Indians managed to come from behind to win the game 13-11 despite the loss of their young starting pitcher. The two teams play again tomorrow afternoon. More news concerning Huff’s condition is expected tomorrow as the team will consider their options to fill his spot in the rotation.

 

 

By Robert Gonzalez
Cleveland Indians Correspondent


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