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Baseball: Drew hits top of head on dugout roof, scratched from lineup

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posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 08:03 PM
under the file of dumbest sports injuries, i present todays example

Notes: Drew cuts head during BP
Byrd also scratched after experiencing elbow stifness
By Mark Bowman /

J.D. Drew leads the Braves with 28 home runs and 76 RBIs. (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

ATLANTA -- J.D. Drew couldn't possibly go through an entire season without suffering some type of unfortunate injury. Fortunately for the Braves, his latest one doesn't appear to be serious.
As he was exiting the field after batting practice on Tuesday afternoon, Drew jumped and hit his head on the top of the dugout. Unable to stop the bleeding, the Braves medical staff took him to an area hospital to have the laceration stitched.

Drew didn't realize that he was bleeding until he took his hat off and saw the blood. Thus, he was surprised when he was told that he would have to miss the start of Tuesday's game.

Coming into this season, Drew was always labeled as an injury-prone player. He had never appeared in more than 135 games, and had appeared in more than 109 games just twice during his first five full seasons.

Eli Marrero took Drew's starting spot in right field and Andruw Jones moved into the third spot in the batting order. This marked just the third time this year that Jones has hit above the fourth spot in the order

posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 08:50 PM
yeah, dumb injury alright!


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