The injury occurred in his right hand. Lucroy, 25, tried to play through the injury but, as you can imagine, a fractured hand made it difficult for him to swing a bat.
While the injury is popularly called a "boxer's fracture," it apparently can happen outside the ring. We don't need to look any further than Lucroy's injury to decipher that.
He injured his hand while being violently assaulted by a suitcase, and the attack may have been set up by his sock.
Augustine reported that Lucroy was reaching around for his sock under his bed when his wife moved a piece of luggage and it fell onto his hand. No charges were filled on the luggage or the sock, which still may be on the loose. Those ...
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