Braves Pitcher Max Fried Exits Game With Groin Strain Injury

Braves Pitcher Max Fried Exits Game With Groin Strain Injury Against The Washington Nationals on August 7 2018 in the first game of a double header!

Braves Pitcher Max Fried Exits Game With Groin Strain Injury

Braves Pitcher Max Fried Exits Game With Groin Strain Injury Against The Washington Nationals on August 7, 2018 in the first game of a double header!

Max Fried retires Spencer Kieboom after being hit by a comebacker, but is forced to exit with a groin strain as Kevin Gausman pinch-hits!


Braves Pitcher Max Fried Exits Game With Groin Strain Injury Against The Washington Nationals on August 7 2018 in the first game of a double header!



According To Braves Dugout Reporter Kelsey Wingert: “Max Fried said he didn’t exit the game because of the come-backer which hit him in the lower back.

 

He strained his groin trying to move out of the way of the ball. No timetable was set on his return!”

 

After the game the Braves placed Max Fried on the 10 day disabled list!  

 

Be sure to follow Kelsey Wingert on twitter at: https://twitter.com/KelsWingert

 


  • The YouTube Video Below Is Of Braves Pitcher Max Fried Exits Game With Groin Strain Against The Washington Nationals August 7, 2018:


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I became an Atlanta Braves Fan in the spring of 1974. I was in first grade and Hank Aaron was chasing Babe Ruth for the all-time home run king. Back in 1974 things were different than they are now. You could not just watch every game on television. Because of the event the networks would interrupt programming and show Hank Aaron batting until he broke the home run record. Since then I have always been an Atlanta Braves Fan.

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