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Monday, July 6, 2015

Articles tagged: Weird Injuries

Why do Baseball Players Constantly Suffer the Oddest Injuries?

Remember the days when a sports injury could be easily treated with a Band-Aid, a soothing balm, and large handfuls of Excedrin? Well, apparently, those days are gone, ever since baseball players have found new and inventive ways to hurt themselves, while forever cementing their reputation as the clumsiest athletes on the planet — l’eggo…Read More

Matt Holliday Leaves Game After Moth Flies into His Ear

We really aren’t trying to beat this weird injury thing into the ground — honestly.  For some reason the theme just keeps coming up.  It’s like an epidemic in the MLB this year that is wiping a solid chunk of the league.  Playoff rosters should expand to 42 players instead of 40 to leave room…Read More

Rafael Furcal Injures Thumb Tripping Over Rope Near Batting Cage

Damn, that was quick.  When Rafael Nadal suffered a childish injury just a few shorts days ago, we were expressing how relieved we are that MLB athletes aren’t the only ones who suffer from strange injuries.  It took less than a week for baseball players to get themselves back into the mix.  Coincidentally, the latest…Read More

Rafael Nadal Burns Fingers on Plate at Japanese Steakhouse

Finally — a bizarre injury that does not involve a baseball player.  We have had our fair share of them in the past, but lately it seems as if MLB players are cursed when it comes to non-sports related injuries.  That was until Rafael Nadal decided to recklessly dine out at a Japanese steakhouse. According…Read More

Orioles’ Chris Davis Headed to DL After Sleeping on Shoulder Wrong

The sooner baseball players start taking their health more seriously, the sooner we can stop talking about weird and embarrassing injuries.  Don’t get me wrong, I’ve slept weirdly and woken up with soreness.  But I’ve never wound up on the DL because of it.  In fact my neck hurts from the way I slept last…Read More

Chris Narveson to Miss a Start After Slicing Hand with Scissors

On the bright side: that’s better than a blister problem, right?  For pitchers, blisters can be a recurring thing and stick around for an entire season or career.  Fortunately for Brewers pitcher Chris Narveson, cutting yourself with a pair of scissors is not likely to be an injury that will stay with you for an…Read More

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