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

[post_page_title]Ken Sanders versus the sun[/post_page_title]
Relief pitcher Ken Sanders was on the mound waiting for his catcher, John Sterns, to throw the ball back to him, but couldn’t see because of a glare. The sun was hitting a piece of class behind the partition at Shea Stadium in Queens, making it hard for him to see the ball, until it hit him in the face that is. Sanders was hospitalized with a broken nose and cheek. Needless to say, he didn’t see that coming.

Recommended For You

Should college athletes be paid?

College athletes are worth millions to their schools, and their future franchises. They entertain thousands of fans weekly, but are