Milwaukee placed Adames on the seven-day disabled list (IL) on Monday (Aug. 28) with a concussion.
Adames had been removed from the game against the San Francisco Giants the previous day (Nov. 27) after being hit in the head by a foul ball.
He was in the dugout when he was hit.
In the bottom of the second inning, a foul ball hit by teammate Brian Anderson flew into the dugout and hit Adames in the head. The game was stopped for a few minutes while trainers checked on him.
Luckily, he was able to walk to the clubhouse.
According to MLB.com, the Associated Press, and others, Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell said, “After being examined at the hospital, Adames did not suffer any fractures or other injuries.” Adames is resting at home.메이저놀이터
Anderson, who hit a foul ball, was also relieved. “I was able to talk to him a little bit last night, and he kept telling me, ‘Don’t worry about me,'” Anderson said. “I’m hoping and praying for a quick recovery,” Anderson said, expressing his sympathy.