• Flying bat: Segura leaves after pop from Braun

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Apr 27, 2014
    Segura, who was scheduled to hit second for Milwaukee, was getting ready to emerge from the Brewers dugout in between innings when Braun, who was standing on the top step of the dugout, swung his bat around wildly and caught Segura flush on the side of his head. Replays showed Braun standing on the top step of the Brewers dugout, loosening up by swinging his bat back and forth, when Segura walked up from behind and got hit in the face. Segura was replaced by Jeff Bianchi. That's relieving news for everybody, including Braun, who commented on the incident following the game. He appeared to be holding the side of his head and looked to be in a considerable amount of pain, but according to the Brewers he did not suffer a concussion or any fractures.
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