Hunter’s spike injures Umpire Greg Gibson in the Angels-Indians game
0 Flares 0 Flares ×By Anthony Caruso III The Capital Sports Report Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer Umpire Greg Gibson had to leave the Los Angeles Angels and Cleveland Indians game. Gibson left in the bottom of the fifth inning with an injury above his left eye. Angels outfielder Torii Hunter's spike on his left foot caught Gibson in the face. Hunter tried to score from first base on a double to right field by Kendrys Morales. He tried to avoid the tag by Indians catcher Carlos Santana, when he hit Gibson in the face. Hunter was called out on the play. Gibson received medical attention after the incident. Trainers tried to stop the bleeding and he was eventually replaced by Manny Gonzalez. Gonzalez moved from first base to behind the plate. Gerry Davis move from second base to first base. © 2007-2012 The Capital Sports Report. All rights reserved. All the articles and photos contained on the website are protected by the US Copyright law and may not be re-produced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published or broadcasted without the prior written permission. The Capital Sports Report and its logo are official trademarks of Anthony Caruso III and Anthony Caruso Enterprises.
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