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Hot Clicks: Holly Kishere; bizarre baseball injuries of 2010

The Year Of The Bizarre Baseball Injury
Chris Coghlan, Kendry Morales, Luke Scott :: AP/Getty Images


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After seeing the news in today's A.M. Hot Clicks that Marlins outfielder Chris Coghlan tore his knee while shoving a pie in the face of teammate Wes Helms Sunday, Texas Rangers pitcher and friend of Hot Clicks, C.J. Wilson, sent me a Tweet saying that "we need a tally on all the (Bill) Gramatica-type DL stints for baseballers." Since we aim to please here, the list of bizarre baseball injuries that have taken place in 2010 is below. (On a side note, since Wilson inspired this lead item, I left out the time in April he missed a start because of food poisoning after eating some bad chicken.)

-- Feb. 12: Brad Bergesen, Orioles: Strained his shoulder filming a TV commercial for the team.

-- May 29: Kendry Morales, Angels: Broke his leg celebrating a walk-off home run at home plate.

-- June 30: Luke Scott, Orioles: Pulled his hamstring during a home-run trot.

-- July 1: Geoff Blum, Astros: Injured his elbow while putting on his shirt.

-- July 14: Russell Branyan, Mariners: Injured his toe when a hotel room table fell on it.

-- July 14: Mike Pelfrey, Mets: Missed a start as a result of stiff neck from a plane ride after the All-Star break.

-- July 15: Mat Latos, Padres: Strains his left side while trying to hold back a sneeze.

-- July 18: David Freese, Cardinals: Fractured his left big toe after dropping a weight on it -- while already on the DL.

-- July 26: Chris Coghlan, Marlins: Tears meniscus in his left knee while shoving a shaving cream pie in the face of a teammate.

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