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PostPosted: Mon 6/2/08 8:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, with base coaches having to wear helmets these days, you never know. We do have a few other thread topics devoted to issues such as this, as well as fans being injured.

However, this thread was really started about "strange" or unusual injuries, typically not suffered on the field of play (with a few rare exceptions--such as injuring yourself during a home run jog!). Unfortunately, the others are part of the risk of playing the sport--although, who knows, more precautions may be taken to prevent them in the future.
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PostPosted: Wed 7/2/08 6:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

White Sox pitching coach injures hamstring after being ejected June 26th vs. Dodgers. Smile


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNyAkbS43-Y&NR=1


He's getting around pretty good now.
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PostPosted: Tue 7/8/08 8:16 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Troy Tulowitzki injures hand after slamming bat down in frustration....

From the Associated Press:
"Just three weeks after returning from a torn thigh tendon that cost him 46 games, the Rockies' enigmatic shortstop sliced his right palm when his pounded his maple bat into the ground in frustration and it shattered. The accident occurred Friday night after he was replaced by Omar Quintanilla in the seventh inning..... Tulowitzki required 16 stitches, but doctors told him the shards of wood that sliced into his right hand didn't damage any tendons or nerves, he said."

Jeez what a stupid way to get injured.... and the Rockies fans patience grows shorter and shorter!
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PostPosted: Wed 7/9/08 8:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

wyo4rox,
That was a freaky accident. I heard vinnie talk about it. I really feel bad for Tulo. The guy must be feeling preety low.
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PostPosted: Wed 7/9/08 6:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

They really need to do something about those bats.
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PostPosted: Thu 7/10/08 6:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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wyo4rox,
That was a freaky accident. I heard vinnie talk about it. I really feel bad for Tulo. The guy must be feeling preety low.


Yes... it's definitely a huge blow to the kid. He's under a lot of pressure to live up to the contract he signed, and to repeat the numbers he put up last year. With this injury that's just not going to happen. Hopefully he will be able to put it behind and just start playing solid baseball after this.
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PostPosted: Thu 7/10/08 8:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

He might have to let Evan Longoria be the big ex-Dirtbag in the majors this year. That was Tulo's claim last season.

Anyway, for something that happened while I was gone, this has got to take top honors so far this season as far as strange injuries go: Detroit third baseman Brandon Inge strained his left oblique while moving a pillow for his son.

From tigers.com:

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The tipping point came on Monday night while he was in bed at home with his wife and son. He tried to shift the pillow for his three-year-old son, Tyler, to support his head, but when he stretched to do that, he jumped out of bed in pain.

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PostPosted: Sun 7/20/08 11:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From latimes.com:

Oakland's Daric Barton hit his head on the bottom of a pool during the All-Star break, causing a neck strain that landed him on the DL.
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PostPosted: Tue 8/26/08 11:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

How about getting injured by stepping into a hole, when you're already on a rehab assignment coming off an injury? That's what happened to a certain Dodger recently.

I think the hole is symbolic of his season this year... Rolling Eyes

From yesterday's L.A. Times:

"(Andruw) Jones, on the disabled list because of tendinitis in his left knee, arrived in Las Vegas nine days ago and played three games before stepping into a hole in the outfield and irritating his surgically repaired right knee."

*Sigh*

(FYI, as of the date of this report, Jones was hitting .385 in four games for the 51s.)
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PostPosted: Fri 9/5/08 4:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From the L.A. Times:

"Angels pitcher Jered Weaver hurts fingers in dugout"

He sustains cuts on the middle and ring fingers of his pitching hand from a piece of metal on bench in Comerica Park dugout. It's not serious, but his next start is pushed back.

By Mike DiGiovanna, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
September 4, 2008

DETROIT -- Baseball has a long history of freak injuries, from Sammy Sosa hurting his back because of a violent sneeze, to Steve Sparks dislocating his shoulder trying to rip a phone book in half, to Joel Zumaya injuring his wrist playing Guitar Hero, to Hunter Pence sustaining lacerations from walking through a sliding glass door.

Add Jered Weaver to the list, but the Angels right-hander was lucky -- his injury, while certainly the "strangest I've ever had on the baseball field," he said, does not appear to be serious.

Weaver sustained cuts on the tips of the middle and ring fingers of his pitching hand while pushing himself up off the Comerica Park dugout bench during Tuesday night's game against the Tigers. The cuts were not deep enough to require stitches.

But the injury did force Angels Manager Mike Scioscia to push back Weaver's next start, from Friday night at Chicago to Monday night at home against the Yankees.

..."I went to push to get up and gripped where the staples in the upholstery come together, and it just got me," Weaver said. "It sliced me pretty good. It felt like a paper cut, but a lot deeper."

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And knowing how Weaver usually handles the White Sox, I'll bet ChiSoxGal won't mind them missing having to face him.
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PostPosted: Sun 11/23/08 12:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, here we go again. Dodgers pitcher Chad Billingsley slipped on ice and broke his leg at his home in PA this weekend, and underwent surgery yesterday. He should be ready for action by the time pitchers and catchers report in 2009. Come on, Chad, we know you have a desert home too...this wouldn't have happened there. Smile
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PostPosted: Thu 12/4/08 3:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's something I don't remember. (I only vaguely remember there was a minor injury.) But since this thread didn't have a single post in it during 2006, I guess you could consider this a "late mention."

The L.A. Times' "Totally Random" column contained a short list of some bizarre injuries of athletes, which included:

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Joel Zumaya: The Detroit Tigers relief pitcher sustained inflammation in his arm, causing him to miss three games of the 2006 American League Championship Series, because of playing too much of the video game “Guitar Hero.”


Of course, Zumaya has already been mentioned for another strange injury in this thread, since then.
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PostPosted: Tue 2/24/09 7:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's a good one.


From stltoday.com


http://www.stltoday.com/blogzone/commishs-hot-stove/commishs-hot-stove/cardinal-beat-updates/2009/02/clipped-by-snippy-crab-todd-wellemeyer-set-to-pitch/
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PostPosted: Wed 6/17/09 8:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Royals reliever Kyle Farnsworth was bitten while trying to break up a fight between his dogs.

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"My dogs got in a fight this morning and I just tried to break it up and they bit me in the process," Farnsworth said.

Farnsworth said he owned two American bulldogs, one about 80 pounds and the other about 90 pounds. They're named Strike and Rambo. The ncident happened about 7:30 a.m. CT Tuesday morning when the dogs got into a scrap apparently over sharing the affections of Farnsworth's children.

He's not sure which dog bit him this morning at his Leawood, Kan., home.

"I think it was Rambo," said Farnsworth. "I don't know. I reached in there and started grabbing dogs and throwing dogs. And one of them got me. One of those things that happens. It's never pretty. I've had to do it a few times and it's ugly."

...Farnsworth was at least able to grin about the incident.

"That's how I start my mornings off," he said. "Wrestling with bulldogs."

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PostPosted: Wed 7/8/09 11:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Careless Cubs pitcher Ryan Dempster causes his team to be down one pitcher due to a toe injury, out for roughly one month.

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"Sunday after the game, I was coming out of the dugout and I was stepping over the top of the railing and I caught my left foot on the rail as I was coming over," Dempster said. "It spun me around and slammed me into the ground. When I did it, I thought I ripped my nail back on my foot. Unfortunately, the result wasn't funny."

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PostPosted: Wed 9/9/09 10:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez was injured while picking up a steak knife last month, but not seriously enough to be placed on the DL.

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"I'm going to start using plastic," Gonzalez said Sunday, a day after suffering a puncture wound in his left (throwing) hand that required one stitch.

After eating at home following the Rockies' 14-11 victory over the Giants on Saturday night, Gonzalez dropped a steak knife while cleaning up and grabbed it. Ouch.

..."That was a very sharp knife," Gonzalez said. "It was 40 minutes after the game. Then I had to run to the emergency room."

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PostPosted: Wed 11/4/09 1:18 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dodger pitcher shoots self in leg

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Vicente Padilla accidentally shot himself in the right leg, the Dodgers confirmed on Tuesday, but the wound is not believed to be serious.

Padilla's agent, Adam Katz, notified the team of the incident, which took place in the pitcher's native Nicaragua. Padilla was treated at a Managua hospital and released.


I'm sure more details will emerge.
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PostPosted: Sat 11/7/09 10:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

There was a smart crack in the L.A. Times about this mentioning Vicente should stop hanging around with Dick Cheney. Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Mon 5/3/10 4:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This seems to be a wacky news Monday.

Phillies reliever Ryan Madson broke his toe "(kicking) a chair in frustration on Wednesday in San Francisco", according to phillies.com. The linked article also notes:

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Foot and ankle specialist Steven Raikin decided that Madson needed surgery. He will insert a pin into the toe on Tuesday.

..."We knew it was bad from the beginning," Phillies head athletic trainer Scott Sheridan said Monday afternoon at Citizens Bank Park. "It is what it is. It's not just like it's a little crack. It's got a couple pieces to it. The question is whether you leave it the way it is, or whether you pin it to help the healing process. It's Dr. Raikin's impression that the best way to handle this is go in and try to pin it, make it a more stable fracture and certainly hopefully help the healing process."

Broken toes for pitchers seem to take at least a month to heal. It is unknown if the breaks are similar, but former Pirates left-hander Oliver Perez broke his left big toe on June 26, 2005, after kicking a metal laundry cart in the visitors' clubhouse in St. Louis. He did not pitch again for Pittsburgh until Sept. 9, a span of 66 games. Cubs right-hander Ryan Dempster broke his right big toe during a celebration last July. He spent 26 days on the disabled list between starts.

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PostPosted: Sun 5/30/10 11:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I posted about this in another thread, but it's worth mentioning here too:

Kendry Morales' horrible injury resulting from exuberant celebration following his walk-off grand slam as the Angels beat the Mariners yesterday in Anaheim.

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It happened in the most improbable of ways, with Morales jumping on home plate in the afterglow of his walk-off grand slam against the Mariners' Brandon League that delivered a 5-1 victory in the 10th inning in front of 39,382 at Angel Stadium.

Stunned teammates huddled as Morales remained on the ground for about 10 minutes, writhing in pain as he waited to be carted off the Angel Stadium turf on a stretcher and taken to a nearby hospital for X-rays.

Surgery is set for Sunday, with Dr. Phil Kwong performing the procedure. He is a foot and ankle specialist with the Kerlan-Jobe Clinic.

...The Angels' players couldn't wait to celebrate Morales' blow, and they watched in horror as their slugging first baseman landed awkwardly on home plate with his second attempt to make it official.

"In the exuberance of celebrating," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said, "he twisted his [left] ankle. It will change the way we celebrate. I know it's happened before. Unfortunately, it happened to us."

...(Teammate Torii) Hunter saw Morales jump twice, missing the plate the first time and then leaping awkwardly, off the wrong foot, when he came down on the ankle, landing hard in the batter's box.

"He went up in a non-athletic way the second time and fell backwards," Hunter said. "He was off-balance for the second jump.

"I always said somebody was going to land on somebody's foot, twist an ankle, spike somebody in one of those celebrations. I've thought about that for years."

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PostPosted: Wed 6/2/10 9:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

One of my nephews was at that game with his buddy and their family. Ouch, ouch, ouch! Usually injuries take place during the game, not when it's over. So it was a shock as everyone was getting ready to leave to see this happen. Statistically Morales was the Angels' most productive player too. I think a lot of teams are being more careful after this happened and it's only been a few days now. I noticed the Dodgers celebrating a little more subdued (not much, really but they seemed to be aware, so it must be in the back of their minds, I'm sure).
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PostPosted: Wed 6/2/10 5:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I noticed the Dodgers celebrating a little more subdued
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I saw Kemp VERY CAREFULLY approach home plate, and a very gentle celebration after that extra inning game. It was rather funny to see. But good that they noticed. Generally men ignore that kind of stuff.
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PostPosted: Fri 7/16/10 8:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here's a good one: Padres pitcher Mat Latos sneezed and landed on the DL with a strain on his left side.
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PostPosted: Tue 7/27/10 11:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yet another player injured during a celebration of sorts:

The Marlins' Chris Coghlan injured his left knee attempting to smash a shaving-cream pie in the face of Wes Helms, whose walk-off single helped beat the Braves last Sunday.

Frodio???
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PostPosted: Sun 8/8/10 7:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

BYOP...

San Diego outfielder Anthony Gwynn says he will be bringing his own pillow on road trips after suffering a sore neck from a hotel pillow, which kept him out of the lineup during one game of the Padres' series in L.A. last week.

Rays reliever Grant Balfour was placed on the DL due to an intercostal strain injury resulting from what was described as "horsing around" on the field with pitching coach Jim Hickey.
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PostPosted: Sun 8/8/10 7:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The 2009 "Rookie of the Year" has a torn meniscus and physiotherapy didn't help so he's schedule to have surgery on Tuesday. He'll be out for at least 4 more weeks.


dodgerblue6 wrote:
Yet another player injured during a celebration of sorts:

The Marlins' Chris Coghlan injured his left knee attempting to smash a shaving-cream pie in the face of Wes Helms, whose walk-off single helped beat the Braves last Sunday.

Frodio???
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PostPosted: Sat 3/12/11 1:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

First bump of the year in this thread, and we haven't even made it to the regular season:

Rockies pitcher Aaron Cook slammed a door on a finger on his throwing hand, breaking the finger, which means he'll start the season on the DL. As some will recall, Cook has suffered several more routine injuries over the years, but one such as this compounds matters, as he was already not yet pitching due to shoulder soreness.

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"My understanding is he was going out the door and realized there was something that he had forgotten and quickly went back to get back in, and the door had obviously closed and caught his finger and smashed it," (Colorado manager Jim) Tracy said.

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PostPosted: Thu 3/24/11 10:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Angels reliever Scott Downs will begin the season on the DL thanks to a fractured toe, an injury incurred while playing with his kids.

From the Orange County Register:

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Scott Downs was "just doing Dad stuff" with his two kids Sunday night [March 13] when he took himself out of the Opening Day picture for the Angels' bullpen.

The veteran left-hander (signed to a three-year, $15 million contract as a free agent this winter) stubbed his toe while "playing around with the kids" and wound up with a fractured bone in the big toe on his left foot. The injury will likely land Downs on the disabled list to start the season and possibly for weeks into it.

"Very, very frustrating," Downs said. "Just one of those things – everybody has these freak accidents occasionally. Unfortunately, the timing couldn't be any worse.

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PostPosted: Sat 5/28/11 6:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

LOL, another good one, even though I don't mean to poke too much fun about injuries.

Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano may have gotten a stiff neck from watching TV.
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PostPosted: Sat 5/28/11 9:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

These posts are always interesting. I don't think people could come up with these types of injuries if they tried! Like you, I don't want to laugh at someone being injured but some of them are pretty bizarre! Smile
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