Rockies TV Reporter Kelsey Wingert Hit In Head By Foul Ball, Is Recovering

5/20/2022 7:30:00 PM

Rockies TV Reporter Kelsey Wingert Hit In Head By Foul Ball, Is Recovering

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Rockies TV Reporter Kelsey Wingert Hit In Head By Foul Ball, Is Recovering

Reporter Kelsey Wingert says she's recovering after being struck in the head by a line drive during the ninth inning of the Colorado Rockies ' game against the San Francisco Giants earlier this week.

(AP)– AT&T Sportsnet reporter Kelsey Wingert says she’s recovering after being struck in the head by a line drive during the ninth inning of the Colorado Rockies’ game against the San Francisco Giants earlier this week.“I took a 95 MPH line drive to my head,” Wingert said in a tweet, along with a photo that showed a row of stitches on her forehead.

Wingert, who covers the Rockies, was in the camera well past the Rockies’ first-base dugout on Monday night. Giants outfielder Austin Slater fouled a ball off Rockies reliever Daniel Bard and the ball hit Wingert.Checking in – Monday, I took a 95 MPH line drive to my head.

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Colorado Rockies TV reporter Kelsey Wingert recovering after being struck in head by foul ballThe Giants' Austin Slater hit a foul ball off the Rockies' Daniel Bard and the ball hit Wingert, who was seated in the first-base camera well while reporting for AT&T Sports net.

Colorado Rockies TV reporter Kelsey Wingert recovering after being struck in head by foul ballAT&T Sports net reporter Kelsey Wingert shared a photo showing stitches on her forehead and wrote she's 'hanging in there' two days after she was struck in the head by a 95 mph foul ball. USATODAY When you are at a sporting event you assume the risks ! Look on the back of your ticket and read it for yourself !

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Colorado Rockies TV Reporter Gets Hit In Head By Foul Ball“I took a 95 MPH line drive to my head,” Kelsey Wingert said in a tweet, along with a photo that showed a row of stitches on her forehead.

MLB Reporter Hit in Head by '95 MPH Line Drive' in Giants-Rockies Game Is Recovering“I took a 95 MPH line drive to my head,” Wingert said in a tweet, along with a photo that showed a row of stitches on her forehead. Lol Nobody should be in the dugout area unless they're part of the game. Good news! Hope she has no lingering effects.

May 20, 2022 at 10:28 am (AP) – AT&T Sportsnet reporter Kelsey Wingert says she’s recovering after being struck in the head by a line drive during the ninth inning of the Colorado Rockies’ game against the San Francisco Giants earlier this week.May 18, 2022 The foul ball left a deep cut on Wingert's forehead.May 18, 2022 The foul ball left a deep cut on Wingert's forehead.during the Monday, May 16 game.

“I took a 95 MPH line drive to my head,” Wingert said in a tweet, along with a photo that showed a row of stitches on her forehead. Wingert, who covers the Rockies, was in the camera well past the Rockies’ first-base dugout on Monday night." "I had a CT scan to make sure there was no internal bleeding of fractures and all came back clear. Giants outfielder Austin Slater fouled a ball off Rockies reliever Daniel Bard and the ball hit Wingert. Thank God," Wingert continued. Checking in – Monday, I took a 95 MPH line drive to my head."The stitches will have to come out in a week. The . “I recieved [sic] internal and external stitches because of how deep the wound is.