Umpire Dale Scott carted off field in Toronto after taking foul ball to mask

Umpire Dale Scott is taken from the field after being hit in the facemask by a foul tip. USATSI

You've probably heard Dale Scott's name. If not, he's been a big-league umpire since 1986.

On Friday night, Scott was involved in a scary situation, suffering an apparent injury during the Baltimore Orioles-Toronto Blue Jays game he was umpiring after taking a Mark Trumbo foul ball to the mask.

Scott went down to the ground and was attended to by multiple trainers. He was later immobilized and taken off the field on a stretcher:

It appears Scott suffered a concussion and will not work the rest of the series, per Steve Melewski:

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