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Coco Crisp strains neck after excellent running catch

May 7, 2014, 6:24 PM EDT

You can watch it all go down here, courtesy of MLB.com …

Crisp laid there on the track for close to four minutes before walking off with the assistance of the A’s head trainer. Jane Lee of MLB.com reported later that Crisp had been diagnosed with a neck strain. It also looks like he may have done some damage to his left shoulder. The A’s will reevaluate their center fielder Thursday.

  1. scatterbrian - May 7, 2014 at 6:41 PM

    “It also looks like he may have done some damage to his left shoulder.”

    It looks like he hit the wall hard with his left shoulder, then he hit the ground and rolled onto it. That’s not an indication of damage.

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