SEO Title – Alex Avila Diagnosed with Concussion Following Injury During Detroit Tigers Vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Game
Alex Avila Injured After Foul Tip Strikes His Mask in Detroit Tigers’ Loss to Cleveland Cavaliers
Detroit Tigers catcher Alex Avila was injured during Thursday’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers when a foul ball struck his mask. Avila was taken to the hospital for concussion tests after showing signs of blood running from his ear as a result of the impact.
Manager Jim Leyland Confirms Alex Avila Was Taken to Hospital After Foul Tip Injury
Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland confirmed on Thursday that catcher Alex Avila was taken to a local hospital to be tested for a probable concussion after taking a direct blow from a foul ball in the game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. According to Leyland, there is no update as to Avila’s condition, as he remains hospitalized, and it is still uncertain whether he will be able to join the team on their flight to New York.
Alex Avila’s Career Despite Injury
Despite the injury, Alex Avila’s career is still going strong. The 2011 All-Star made headlines when he hit a three-run homer in the ninth inning off Cleveland Indians closer Chris Perez in Detroit’s 4-2 win on Monday. Currently batting .198, Avila’s career has been admirable both offensively and defensively, as he currently leads Detroit’s team when it comes to batting average and throwing out baserunners attempting to steal.
Alex Avila Tests Positive for Possible Concussion After Injury Amid Detroit Tigers Vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Game
Thursday marked a tough day for Detroit Tigers’ catcher Alex Avila, who was hospitalized after being struck in the mask by a foul tip in the game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Tests have come back positive for a possible concussion, and his condition is being evaluated. Despite Avila’s injury, the 2011 All Star’s career is still going strong, as he currently leads the Detroit team in both batting average and throwing out baserunners attempting to steal.