Willie Adames (28-Milwaukee Brewers) was struck in the head by a foul ball hit by a teammate, but thankfully escaped serious injury.

Milwaukee placed Adames on the seven-day disabled list (IL) on Monday with a concussion.

Adames was hit in the head by a foul ball while in the dugout against the San Francisco Giants the previous day (Nov. 27).

In the bottom of the second inning, a foul ball hit by teammate Brian Anderson sailed into the dugout and struck Adames in the head. The game was stopped for a few minutes while trainers checked on him.

Luckily, he was able to walk to the clubhouse.

After the game, Milwaukee head coach Creighton Counsell said, “He was examined at the hospital and did not have any broken bones or other injuries.” He is currently resting at home.먹튀검증

“I was able to talk to him a little bit last night, and he kept telling me, ‘Don’t worry about me,'” said Anderson, who hit the foul ball. “I’m hoping and praying for a speedy recovery,” he said, expressing his sympathy.

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