The terrible hit to Kevin Pillar that made him come out with a bleeding nose

Kevin Pillar receives a chilling pitch to the face.

ANDl play between Mets and Atlanta took a dramatic turn when the player Kevin Pillar suffered a 94-5 mph pitch to the face from Jacob Webb left with a bleeding nose and lying on the ground.

It was in the seventh inning that Webb faced Pillar, his pitch was direct to the face of the player who fell to the ground screaming in pain while his nose was bleeding. At the image, the reliever remained crouched on his mound worried.

He was immediately taken care of by the medical staff of the place and taken to the infirmary of the stadium.

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