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Discussion: BAYLOR SOFTBALL TEAM PLAYING IN THE REGIONALS
|May 29, 2011|
|BAYLOR SOFTBALL TEAM PLAYING IN THE REGIONALS|
I was watching the regional softball championship game yesterday between Baylor and I believe Georgia. The catcher for Baylor was batting. She hit a ball and it came right off the bat and hit her in the face. It was a scarry moment and a lot of blood.Multiple fractures and a cut under her eye.
Thank God she will be OK. Just saw her on TV and she will miss todays game and if they go to the College World series, it will be left up to her doctors if she will play there.
The commentator was a lady who pitched college ball and had a great college career.
THIS IS WHAT SHE SAID:
" ACCIDENTS LIKE THIS DON'T HAPPEN THAT OFTEN AND IT'S A SAD THING FOR IT TO HAVE HAPPENED, BUT I HOPE IN NO WHAT THEY MANDATE THAT ALL BATTERS HAVE TO WEAR FACE MASK ! IT SHOULD BE LEFT UP UP THE PLAYER AS TO WEAR ONE OR CHOOSE NOT TO WEAR ONE. THEY ALL KNOW WHAT CAN HAPPEN IN A GAME AND JUST SAW WHAT HAPPENED TO A FELLOW PLAYER ! A QUOTE STRAIGHT FROM HER !
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