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camisadelgolf
07-21-2011, 05:47 AM
About a month ago, former Reds prospect, Kenny Kelly, ran head-first into an outfield wall and went to the hospital. Now he's back with the team and currently plays with former Reds prospect Eric Eymann. Check out the video here: http://topprospectalert.com/2011/07/21/former-tampa-bay-devil-rays-prospect-kenny-kelly-back-after-violent-collision-with-outfield-wall/
http://www.baseball-reference.com/minors/player.cgi?id=kelly-001ken
http://www.baseball-reference.com/minors/player.cgi?id=eymann001eri

Danny Serafini
07-21-2011, 09:34 AM
"He had three fractures near his nose and eye... but there were no broken bones."

Now that's quality reporting!

The bigger question is what kind of team plays in a park with unpadded concrete walls in the outfield? That's nuts.

AWA85
07-21-2011, 12:15 PM
I believe many of the minor league teams still have the old wood boards in the outfield that are not padded. Burlington Bees of the Midwest league was my hometown, and can tell you there is zero padding anywhere in the outfield.

cinreds21
07-21-2011, 01:01 PM
Mudcats have that.

camisadelgolf
07-21-2011, 04:39 PM
"He had three fractures near his nose and eye... but there were no broken bones."

Now that's quality reporting!

The bigger question is what kind of team plays in a park with unpadded concrete walls in the outfield? That's nuts.
They must've gotten the report from Brandon Phillips.

reds44
07-21-2011, 07:22 PM
"He had three fractures near his nose and eye... but there were no broken bones."

Now that's quality reporting!

The bigger question is what kind of team plays in a park with unpadded concrete walls in the outfield? That's nuts.
Hilarious!

And holy crap Kenny Kelly got old lol

Brutus
07-21-2011, 07:33 PM
"He had three fractures near his nose and eye... but there were no broken bones."

Now that's quality reporting!

The bigger question is what kind of team plays in a park with unpadded concrete walls in the outfield? That's nuts.

If we want to stretch it a bit, orthopedically, it's correct inasmuch as they don't refer to it as broken bones, but rather fractures LOL

That's about all the writer has going for him in that phrase. Sadly, I think more people think of fractures and breaks as being different than not.