Yankees starter Bryan Mitchell injury non lethal: Latest update
Yankees starter Bryan Mitchell has suffered a minor injury despite looking like having hit badly. Mitchell was hit in his head by line driver and a shocked playerâ€™s pictures immediately after being hit on his face is going viral.
In the meantime latest reports suggest that doctors treating him have said that he has escaped any serious injuries. Initially they had said that they will be keeping him under observation. They were of the opinion that the player should be monitored for concussion symptoms.
Nonetheless they later let him go and he went back to Yankee Stadium as his club beat the Twins 8-7 in 10 innings
Due to his injury he had to leave the Monday nightâ€™s game in the second inning after he was struck in the head by a line drive off the bat of Twins shortstop Eduardo NuÃ±ez. Mitchell was in severe pain and looked like bleeding before walking off the field alongside trainer Steve Donohue.
He doesnâ€™t seem to have suffered any serious injury as he was diagnosed with a small nasal fracture by doctors at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Nonetheless he would continue to remain under monitoring for concussion symptoms.
Caleb Cotham while talking about him said, â€œI talked to him, and he said heâ€™s feeling fineâ€¦Heâ€™s here, somewhere. I think heâ€™s doing well, all things considered.â€
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