A cameraman who collapsed after being hit by a bad throw, an orbital fracture… Draw a ‘V’ while being carried

July 7, 2023 0 Comments

A cameraman who was taken away after being hit in the face by a defensive pitcher during a Major League Baseball (MLB) game was eventually diagnosed with an orbital fracture.

ESPN reported on the 7th (Korean time), “Cameraman Pete Stendel, who was hit by the ball, was diagnosed with an orbital fracture and is resting with his family.”

Stendel, a cameraman for YES Network, a relay broadcasting company dedicated to the New York Yankees, collapsed after being hit by a throw from Baltimore shortstop Gunner Henderson during the match between the Yankees and the Baltimore Orioles held at New York Yankee Stadium in New York on the 6th.

While filming the game next to the dugout on the first base side, he could not avoid Henderson’s strong throw to complete the double play at the end of the 5th inning with one out and first base flying toward his face.

As Stendel was being carried away in an ambulance similar to a pickup truck, he drew a ‘V’ sign to the players and spectators, receiving a lot of applause. In the process, the game was stopped for about 17 minutes.

“Pray for Stendel. Thank you to those who came out to help him,” said Baltimore shortstop Henderson, who injured a cameraman with a bad throw.바카라

Yankees manager Aaron Boone, who watched Stendel hit by the wrong throw, said, “I was surprised to see it in real time. It’s good to hear that he is recovering at home.” Baltimore director Brandon Hyde also recalled the dizzying scene, saying, “It was a scary scene and it was terrible.”

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