Minor league pitcher Tyler Zumbro was held overnight in a hospital and remains in stable condition after being hit in the head by a line drive
Durham, NC – Minor league pitcher Tyler Zumbro was held in a hospital overnight and remains in stable condition after suffering a head injury from a line drive on Thursday night, a horrifying scene that saw Triple-A Durham suspend its game. inspired to do.
Right-handed Zumbro of the Tampa Bay Rays outfit was hit by a sharp liner from Norfolk’s Brett Cumberland in the eighth inning. Zumbro fell to the ground, was motionless for a moment, then teammates and a coach ran toward the mound.
“As of this morning, Tyler is under the care of nurses and doctors at Duke University Hospital,” Reese said in a statement Friday. “The updates from overnight have been positive, and his condition remains stable. We are overwhelmed by Tyler’s support and wishes from fans and the baseball community alike for his full and speedy recovery. We will provide additional updates as he moves forward. will provide.”
Cumberland knelt near first base while Zumbro was hooked. Others did the same thing across the field, many of them praying. Zumbro was carried on a stretcher and taken to the hospital.
The 26-year-old Zumbro signed with Tampa Bay as a minor league free agent in 2017 following his exit from George Mason. He appeared in his ninth game this season with the Bulls, entering the night 1–1 with a 3.18 ERA. He has a 2.79 ERA in his minor league career.
Norfolk led the game 12-4.
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