Atlanta Braves starter Charlie Morton’s World Collection has come to an finish however he positive went out with a bang.
Morton was injured within the second inning when a comebacker from Houston Astros’ first baseman Yuli Gurriel hit his proper leg:
Extremely, Morton went on to throw 16 more pitches over two innings, getting three extra outs on a damaged leg. He struck out Chas McCormick, and Martín Maldonado lined out to finish the second.
Ending his night time with a 96-mph fastball and an 80-mph curveball to strike out Jose Altuve, Morton appeared to achieve his restrict as he stumbled and almost fell. The staff later confirmed that he had fractured his proper fibula and would miss the rest of the collection.
The Braves mentioned Morton is predicted to be prepared for Spring coaching in 2022.