Alert in Houston: Yordan Álvarez and Jeremy Peña were removed from the game due to a clash between the two

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The day of this Wednesday of the baseball of the Big leagues, lived once again an enormous performance of the pitcher Justin Verlander. However, his domain was tainted by a fateful moment in which the Cuban Yordan Alvarez and the Dominican Jeremy Pena; They were removed from the engagement due to a collision between the two at the time of grabbing a fly ball.

Despite Peña, he was the one who finally grabbed the ball, although this did not prevent him from colliding with his teammate and according to information; the Dominican hit the Cuban with his arm in the face, leaving him completely unconscious.

Although both players remained lying in the gardens of the Citi Fieldthe doctors of the Houston Astros They immediately went to the site to attend to them quickly due to the strong impact that both suffered.

Peña was the first to get up after spending several minutes complaining of pain, while Álvarez was the one who took the longest to react, all this after receiving a blow to his face from his partner.

In short, the Dominican retired by his own means until he was removed from the commitment for prevention; while the Cuban had to be helped by a stretcher; generating a certain fear throughout the entire sidereal.

Now, the next step will be to know how complicated the impact between the two players was and more so when there is a possibility that both are on the disabled list. Of course, the Houston Astros They hope that it is not a greater damage.

Lastly, both Yordan Alvarez What Jeremy Pena, are very important in the Houston Astros lineup and after an impeccable first half of the campaign; the least they want is to lose two of their starters for the remainder of the calendar before the Stars game.

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