In one of the more freakish injuries to take place on Opening Day 2014, Angels hitting coach Don Baylor appeared to injure his right leg while catching a ceremonial first pitch from retiring Angel Vladimir Guerrero. Guerrero, who hit .319/.381/.546 in six seasons in Anaheim, had signed a one-day contract so he could retire in an Angels uniform. His farewell pitch was in the dirt, and as the 64-year-old Baylor — a career outfielder and designated hitter, not a catcher — scrambled to corral the ball, he somehow snapped a bone in his leg. An attempt to walk it off did not go well. —sbnation
Dem bones dem bones. Well, a few weeks on steroids and he’ll be back better than ever.