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Gio Gonzalez got a rug burn on his forehead while wrestling with his dog

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Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez recently suffered a minor injury that is not going to cause him to miss any time in spring training, so we’ll take it easier on him than we have on some of our other weird injury victims. That being said, the mark on his forehead still comes with a hilarious story.

According to Dan Kolko of MASNSports.com, reporters asked Gonzalez about the strange mark on his forehead after he made his first spring training start on Monday night. He blamed his dog Hollywood.

“She gave me a rug burn,” Gonzalez explained. “I hate her. And then I love her. And then I look in her face and then I love her again.”

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Apparently Gio suffered the burn on his forehead while wrestling with Hollywood, but I’m sure she didn’t mean it. For what it’s worth, he pitched two scoreless innings in his spring training debut. The singe mark on his head clearly didn’t affect his performance, which is all that matters. At a time when other pitchers around the league are suffering some of the most bizarre injuries in history like this and this, Gonzalez should be thankful all his limbs are still intact.

H/T Nats Enquirer
Photo via Instagram/Gio Gonzalez


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  • rffoxrx

    Probably the result a PED injection.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Sharon-Pro/100000687319157 Sharon Pro

     Gio did not take PEDs !!!!   He’s a happy healthy guy, not some big neck steroid weirdo.