Ray Chpaman died after being hit by a pitch. According to one source, his death was one of the reasons the spitball was outlawed.
Also Doc Powers died in 1909 two weeks after crashing into a wall while chasing a pop fly.
See http://www.baseballlibrary.com/baseballlibrary/ballplayers/C/Chapman_Ray.stmand http://www.Baseball-almanac.com/firsts/first2.shtml
Ray Chapman was beaned in a game and died the next day. The incident had nothing to do with the spitball which had been outlawed several years earlier although some pitchers who relied on the pitch previously to the ban were allowed to use it until they retired.
In August 1974, Alfredo Edmead a future major League player at the age of 17 died in/on right field after a diving catch that caused him to hit his head on the second baseman's (Pablo Cruz) knee. The 1974 Salem Pirates (an affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates)went on to win the Carolina League Championship.
It was commonly known that Edmead could have been the next Roberto Clemente. Other teammates on that great team included john candileria, Steve nicosia, mitchell page, miguel dilone and many others that spent years in the majors.
The reason I know this info is because I was the batboy/groundskeeper that year.
Raymond Johnson Chapman (January 15, 1891 � August 17, 1920) was an American baseball player, spending his entire career as a shortstop for Cleveland.
He is notable as the only Major League Baseball player to date to have been killed in a game, when he was hit in the head by a pitch thrown by Yankees hurler Carl Mays that he appeared not to have seen. His death led Major League Baseball to establish a rule requiring umpires to replace the ball whenever it became dirty. His death was also one of the examples used to emphasize the need for wearing batting helmets (although the rule was not adopted until over thirty years later).
To ensure that no injuries are made to either the therapist, nor client.
American football can be a violent and dangerous sport. In fact, many participants have died either training and practicing to play or from injuries suffered while actually playing.
A strikeout is when you either miss the ball or if you swing during a ball.
haha well considering its size theres either life or death no "serious injuries", anyhow, 5 died. even though they expected 100 to be killed.
In World War 2, Germany suffered more casualties than either Italy or Japan. Only Russia and China suffered more casualties than Germany.
During D-Day,there was about 20,000 casualties. Out of them about 17,000 were either killed or wounded. The allieds suffered a high wounded soldiers rate.
Yes, Ray Chapman of the Cleveland Indians succumbed to a direct hit from the Submarine Pitch or Carl Mays. This was the only on-field fatality in baseball though there was one were some baserunners had a collision and one died from injuries some distance in time from the (game). There have been fatal and near fatal accidents in Little League baseball, too many of them.
BAD BAD BAD BAD! They were either shot on the spot, gassed (and thus killed) or sent to concentration camps where they were forced to do labor for the Nazis. Either they died of injuries or sickness, or managed to survive to see the end of the war.
You were either born with it (due to genetics), or you have suffered some kind of brain injury as a result of trauma or lack of Oxygen. Even people with dementia and Traumatic Brain Injuries later in life can resemble someone who's "retarded". Personally, I prefer the term "mentally disabled".
It caused either 17 or 18 deaths
Because (in general) someone who is healthy enough to play baseball is also healthy enough to serve in the military, many ball players -- including some of the best of their time -- either joined or were drafted into the military. Thus, the quality of the game suffered.
Approximately 10% of adult males have suffered from depression at least once in their lives (meaning that they met criteria for major depressive episode, either single or recurrent).
it depends when he recovers his injuries he'll get to pick either wwe or tna to join
Approximately 20% of adult females have suffered from depression at least once in their lives (meaning that they met criteria for major depressive disorder, either single episode or recurrent).
It can be either a felony or a misdemeanor depending on the situation. It also depends on the injuries that the victim or victims sustain.
Athletic trainers in any sport are required to keep a teams players healthy. They treat minor injuries and have doctors work with players on major injuries. The trainer needs accurate records on the physical nature of the players on the team and an accurate record of each player's injuries in order to: A. give them to a physician for all types of medical reasons; and B. have the team be aware of injuries that either allow a player to play (minor injuries ) or the reverse. This is because many players will hide their injuries to avoid not being called on to play.
No, the WWE is fake. If it were real, most of the wrestlers would either be dead or seriously paralized and massove injuries.
Well there are hip and thigh, foot, leg and knee injuries that are common to runners. If your injured in your ankle, it could either be an ankle strain injury or Achilles tendonitis, when the tendon at the back of the ankle is in pain. For any of these injuries, immediate help is needed. The sooner they're treated the quicker the recovery.
Yes, the Gloria is either sung or recited during Ordinary Time. It is not used during either Advent or Lent, however.
complete a written report (SR1) to the DMV
If it was suffered as a part of your employment - either the state or Workman's Compensation should pay (or reimburse) you for the expense. If you suffered any permanent lasting injury you might be awarded a small monetary settlement.
No. The new Victoria is not in twilight. She is not in New Moon either. However the old Victoria is in Twilight during the baseball scene. The is In New Moon throughout the movie.
You either play baseball or be a dentist. You don't do both
about 1 million people each year get hit by an car. They either die or get serious injuries.
either as a closed head injury, such as the head hitting a car's windshield, or as a penetrating head injury, as when a bullet pierces the skull.