DENVER (AP) — AT&T Sportsnet reporter Kelsey Wingert says she’s recovering after being struck within the head by a line drive throughout the ninth inning of the Colorado Rockies’ sport towards the San Francisco Giants earlier this week.

“I took a 95 MPH line drive to my head,” Wingert mentioned in a tweet, together with a photograph that confirmed a row of stitches on her forehead.

Wingert, who covers the Rockies, was within the digicam nicely previous the Rockies’ first-base dugout on Monday evening. Giants outfielder Austin Slater fouled a ball off Rockies reliever Daniel Bard and the ball hit Wingert.

Wingert mentioned she spent 5 hours in a hospital, the place assessments revealed no fractures or inside bleeding. She mentioned she “acquired inside & exterior stitches.”

Wingert additionally was hit by a foul ball in 2018, when she was protecting the Atlanta Braves for Fox Sports activities South. She suffered a damaged proper eye socket when she was struck by a foul ball from Odubel Herrera of the Philadelphia Phillies.