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

[post_page_title]Where did that sprinkler come from?[/post_page_title]
When the game is over and the players and fans go home, it’s time to water the grass in the stadium, so it makes sense that there are sprinklers in the ground. But in 2015, one such sprinkler made a surprise appearance in spring training. The Blue Jays’ Michael Saunders was fielding fly balls when he stepped on a sprinkler and tore his meniscus. He returned to play after missing less time than expected, but eventually was sidelined for the season.

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