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Kansas City Royals MLB star Amir Garrett threw up on the mound during a game against Chicago White Sox at Kauffman Stadium. The 31-year-old suddenly fell ill while pitching in the seventh inning of the 12-5 win.
KC trainers raced out to check on left-hander Garrett, who then proceeded to throw up all over the diamond while being surrounded by Royals teammates. As a result, Garrett was taken out of play and off the field to recover.
The six-year veteran took to social media after the game to ease fans’ concerns over his well-being. “All good,” Garrett tweeted, which was met with some sympathy. On the other hand, some viewers made Garrett the centre of their joke, saying to the Royals star: “I’m glad you left it all on the field.”
Max Castillo entered the game and helped Kansas City close out the win while Garrett recovered. Garrett is in his second season with the Royals and in 15 appearances this season before Monday’s game, he had a 3.77 ERA with 13 strikeouts.
The California-born MLB star is known for his fiery side, and has even had an altercation with a fan before. Last August, Garrett threw a drink at a fan after he said the spectator disrespected him.
Garrett later apologised and sent the man some jerseys to make up for it. And during his time at the Cinncinati Reds, Garrett was a part of a few bench-clearing brawls.
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The win for the Royals has pushed their season record onto 10-26 for the year, but it wasn’t enough to lift them from bottom of the American league Central. The White Sox have struggled this term too, and only sit one place above the Royals with a record of 12-24.
The Minnesota Twins are the team to beat in the AL Central, winning 19 while losing 16. However, the Detroit Tigers and the Cleveland Guardians are in hot pursuit with respectable records.
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