Nope: Video of how a Cleveland player got a 'testicular contusion'


Cleveland third baseman Juan Uribe will never forget Sunday's game and that one bad hop against the Los Angeles Angels.

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Uribe was carted off the field with a testicular contusion (that's the medical term and we're not kidding) in the fourth inning of the Indians' game against Los Angeles Angels.

Maybe it wouldn't have mattered, but it definitely didn't help that the baseball was hit by one of MLB's best hitters, Mike Trout.

Ironically, it's the second time in a week that a player has been downed on the field because of a bad bounce. Henry Sibley junior Dan O’Reilly encountered a similar fate during the fifth inning of Sibley's playoff game against South St. Paul, and he became an internet sensation.

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