Coco Crisp makes great catch, leaves game after crashing into wall
A's outfielder Coco Crisp left Wednesday's game after crashing into the outfield wall while making a great catch.
Athletics outfielder Coco Crisp made a great catch to rob Kyle Seager of extra bases in the fourth inning of Wednesday afternoon's game. Unfortunately, the catch came with a price. Crisp had to leave the game after crashing hard into the wall.
Here's the play:
That doesn't look good. Crisp stayed on the ground for about four minutes before slowly making his way off the field. It could be anything -- concussion, neck, back, shoulder, all of the above and more.
Crisp, 34, came into Wednesday hitting .255/.351/.404 (117 OPS+) with three home runs and seven stolen bases in 27 games this season. He hit a career high 22 homers with a 120 OPS+ in 2013.
Crisp missed a few days earlier this season with wrist inflammation and a sore hamstring. The A's have not yet given an update on his status.
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