Two Houston Astros players had to be helped from the field after this awful accident against the Cleveland Indians.
We have the series finale of a 3-game set between the Cleveland Indians and Houston Astros on Thursday night, with Cleveland evening up the series following their 7-6 win over the 'Stros on Wednesday.
Unfortunately, neither of the pair communicated with the other, crashing into each other at full speed.
Springer replaced Teoscar Hernandez (knee) on Tuesday night, but the Astros don't want to risk anything as he continues to battle tightness in his left hamstring. He started two games against the Astros and was 0-2 with an 8.39 ERA.
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Both young stars have had fast starts to the season, but another player on offense has had a more consistent start. "It was a nasty collision, with both guys going after the ball", Houston manager A.J. Hinch said.
"He's gotten checked out by the doctors, he didn't have a concussion, he was never out", Hinch said.
Cody Allen relieved with two out and the tying run on second base. Norichika Aoki drove in a run with a double to deep right field to tie it 1-1. Correa walked to start the sixth, and Brian McCann hit a first-pitch homer to center to make it 5-4. Josh Reddick is starting in center field and leading off for Houston on Wednesday against right-hander Trevor Bauer and the Indians.
In the fourth inning, Carlos Correa led off with a double, and one out later Gattis pounded a line drive over the center field wall for a two-run homer estimated at 433 feet, cutting the Cleveland lead to 3-2.
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"Houston really pushed him, but you saw in the end not just his ability to have good stuff and pitch, but his competitiveness", said Francona.
Hernandez said he was feeling better after the game. With the double, Brantley brought around Santana and moved Lindor over to third base. "He reached back for some pretty good stuff there and he needed it". The injury was the result of a collision between Hernandez and 2B Jose Altuve while chasing a fly ball in the eighth inning of Tuesday's game. Friers is 2-0 against the Indians with both wins coming past year. To replace Hernandez on the roster, the Astros recalled INF/OF Tony Kemp from Triple-A Fresno.
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