Angels’ Taylor Ward carted off field after taking 92 mph sinker to face vs. Blue Jays

Angels’ Taylor Ward carted off field after taking 92 mph sinker to face vs. Blue Jays

TORONTO — Los Angeles Angels outfielder Taylor Ward was carted off the Rogers Centre field after getting hit in the helmet and face by a 92 mph sinker from Blue Jays starter Alek Manoah.
It was a scary scene in front of the sold out crowd Saturday afternoon, which went hushed as Ward dropped to the ground. Angels trainers rushed out of the dugout to tend to the 29-year-old outfielder.
On the mound, Manoah immediately reacted by putting his head in his hands, clearly upset.
Ward was conscious, and taken off on a medical cart. Updates on his condition were not immediately available. He…


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