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Video: Diamondbacks Shortstop Stephen Drew Suffers Gruesome Freak Injury

Arizona Diamondbacks shortstop Stephen Drew suffered a gruesome ankle injury when he attempted to score from second Wednesday night on a Chris Young double. Warning, this video is graphic:

SportsGrid will follow the story and update this article as information on Drew’s injury becomes available.

Edit 11:38 EDT: The Diamondbacks broadcast indicated Drew suffered a broken ankle with surgery likely.

  • Anonymous

    Jason Kendall’s injury was worse than that. We saw bone penetrate skin there

  • http://twitter.com/kylejahner Kyle Jahner

    My memory is shady…So you are saying Kendall DIDN’T pop his right back into place by himself as Drew did?

  • sdcazares1980

    It wasn’t the catchers shin guards; I think he landed very awkwardly on the ground. OUCH!

  • freshcope1658

    We need to outlaw sliding at home plate now, we can’t have good young players like Stephen Drew gets hurt at the plate like that.  It’s a shame and baseball has to do something about it.

  • http://www.milena-velba.de/ Anonymous

    Yep, it was his LEFT leg that hit the shin guards, he just landed really awkward on his right leg while sliding.

  • guest

    Seriously? I mean…really? Outlaw sliding at the plate?

    This stuff happens, doesn’t mean the players need to be babied over it.

  • BrewCC

    Honestly, Gomez’s diving center field catch and subsequent fractured clavicle was way better. But of course SportsGirdle doesn’t even talk about it.

  • Killer44

    somehow i seem to have missed the gruesome part or the author is using an alternative definition of the word. wiping my ass i more gruesome than that. i ve looked at this video 50 times and the only thing i can figure out is timothy burke is a drama queen

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