It might not be too incredible to think that a baseball player would collapse after getting hit by a Major League pitch. But what if the player was hit in the arm? You might not think that would cause someone to collapse. But watch the clip of what happened to Will Rhymes of the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday night:
Business Insider explains:
The 95 mph fastball by Franklin Morales sounded like it hit squarely on the bone, and a large welt immediately began to form. Rhymes tried to stay in the game, going to first base. But after a few moments, he took a few steps and collapsed into the arms of first base coach George Hendrick.