San Francisco Giants: Jarret Parker hurt after crashing into wall
San Francisco Giants left fielder Jarrett Parker injured his right shoulder after making a brilliant leaping catch, crashing against the wall, to end the fourth inning.
Despite the San Francisco Giants loosing at the time, Parker was still going hard. Rockies second baseman D.J. LeMahieu was at the plate at the time.
After Parker made the catch, he fell to the ground and grabbed his right shoulder. From the look on his face, the injury seemed serious. Later, the Giants confirmed it was serious, as it has been announced he has a broken clavicle.
He was immediately taken out of the game and replaced by Aaron Hill, who then moved to third as Marrero came in to play left.
The Giants figure to go with Chris Marrero in the lineup, since Parker has to go on the disabled list. They might expedite Melvin Upton Jr. to the big league club, who they just signed to a minor-league deal. But he’s expected to start in AAA Sacramento.
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There is also Drew Stubbs, Michael Morse and Mac Williamson as options. Morse is said to be ready relatively soon, according to Alex Pavlovic.
Parker is hitting .143 this season, but has looked better in the last few days.
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See video of the injury by clicking here. We will keep you updated on the situation regarding his status, and roster spot as more becomes available too us. Stay tuned Giants Fans!