Ouch that’s got to hurt: the freakiest injuries in sports history

[post_page_title]The sneeze that sprained a ligament[/post_page_title]
Ever sneeze so hard you injured yourself? Probably not. But Sammy Sosa did. One day, the right fielder sneezed so hard he injured his back. More specifically, he sprained a ligament. Sosa would go on to miss a month of baseball. But he’s not the only one. In 2015, the Toronto Blue Jays Kevin Pillar sneezed during a pregame and sustained a Grade 1 strain to his right oblique. He was the ninth player to injure himself while sneezing. Yes, ninth.

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