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The bench is empty at the Mets Nationals after Francisco Lindor becomes the latest player to suffer an injury on the pitch

The bench is empty at the Mets Nationals after Francisco Lindor becomes the latest player to suffer an injury on the pitch

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Friday night competition between New York Mets and the Washington citizens It was supposed to be noticeable because it was marked Max Scherzer Starting with his new club. That has remained true, but some people will remember the match due to the seat removal incident that occurred during the top of the fifth inning.

shortstop Francisco Lindor He was on the board with the Mets leading 4-3 and a runner-up when he squared off to defeat. loyal citizens Steve Schick Presenting his width, a fast 89-mph ball, he missed high and narrow and seemed to hit Lindor in the C-flap of his helmet. While Lindor remained on the ground, his teammates and manager Buck Showalter took the field and barked at Seesch.

Here is a look at the scene:

Lindor will eventually leave the game. An x-ray of his jaw was negative and he passed a concussion test. According to ESPN. Lindor indicated that he may have suffered a broken tooth. For his part, Cesc, I contacted Lindor and apologised.

Meanwhile, the rulers expelled Cishek, prompting the citizens to turn to the left-handed savior Sean Doolittle. The national team’s third base coach, Gary Desarsena, was also hurled after the uproar.

It’s worth noting that Lindor was the Mets’ fourth hit in the series already. first base man Alonso’s house He almost hit his face as part of Thursday night’s game. Showalter, for his part, spoke of pitchers having poor leadership earlier in the day. “This is dangerous,” Tell Disha Thoussar from the New York Daily News. “if [the pitcher] He doesn’t have an order, you can’t let him take the role there, or you can’t let him create your club.”

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Lindor is in the early stages of his second season in New York. He’s trying to do better than he did in the first year, when he hit. Cleveland Guardians.