Baseball Player's Nasty Wound Opens Up During Game
Warning: This article contains images below which aren't suitable for those with a weak stomach.
Drones are becoming more and more popular, but this is quite possibly the first time they've had an impact on a sporting event.
Cleveland Indians' starting pitcher Trevor Bauer sliced open his right pinky finger in a nasty accident while repairing a drone last week. The team's manager, Terry Francona, had decided that the injury was so bad, he had to push Bauer's scheduled start back a day.
When Bauer did return, it was evident that extra day wasn't enough. He tossed only 21 pitches in Game 3 of the American League Championship Series on Monday night before the blood started gushing out uncontrollably.
See the images below, if you aren't the queasy type...
NOOOOPE pic.twitter.com/2QRy4Zu66X— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) October 18, 2016