Grimsley, Harvey Collide, Leave Game
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) _ Kansas City pitcher Jason Grimsley and first baseman Ken Harvey were taken to a hospital for X-rays Sunday after they collided in the sixth inning.
The bases were loaded when Boston’s Cesar Crespo hit a high bouncer to Harvey, who made the pickup while running in and set up to throw home for a forceout before he and Grimsley ran into each other.
Kansas City said Harvey’s right wrist and forearm will be X-rayed along with Grimsley’s right jaw and left forearm.
Both players appeared to be in pain before walking off the field.