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San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval has hit for the cycle against the Colorado Rockies.
Colorado Rockies pitcher Juan Nicasio fractured his neck when he was struck by a line drive.
Standing in the visitors clubhouse at Coors Field a week ago, Nationals manager Davey Johnson summed up veteran right-hander Livan Hernandez in one sentence: "Livo has pitched a lot of good games," Johnson said. "Unfortunately, when he's a little off, he's really off."
Colorado Rockies manager Jim Tracy said pitcher Juan Nicasio was much improved and could be at Coors Field on Monday when the team returns from a seven-game trip.
It's been 30 days since a line drive by Ty Wigginton struck John Lannan in the face. It had been only two since Colorado Rockies pitcher Juan Nicasio was carted off the field Friday night on a stretcher and later underwent neck surgery after Ian Desmond's line drive hit him in the head.
The minute Ian Desmond's line drive connected with the right side of Juan Nicasio's head, nothing else mattered. Not the Nationals' lead, which was two runs at the time, not the hit, which was the first of four on the night for Desmond.
A 27-year-old man who died when he fell from a stairway during a Colorado Rockies game had marijuana and alcohol in his system at the time.
A mixture of marijuana and alcohol played a role in the death of a man who fell from a stairway during a Colorado Rockies game, according to an autopsy report released Monday.
Chrysler Group LLC will recall about 286,000 Dodge Ram pickup trucks because of potential problems with tie rod assemblies that may increase the risk of a crash, the automaker and U.S. safety regulators said Wednesday.