On Sunday, the Seattle Mariners were told that their shortstop Jack Wilson has a fractured bone in his left hand because of an accident he had.

The circumstances are what is really weird. Jack Wilson injured his hand when he was in the bathroom. The Mariners say he slipped and fell on his left hand while he was in there.

X-rays that were taking showed a fracture on Sunday. This is one of the most bizarre injuries you will ever see.

On Monday, Wilson will see a hand specialist and he is most likely headed to the 15-day DL for the second time this season.

This season, Jack Wilson has only played in 61 games but he has been very important to the Mariners. He has been a good hitter and a good situational player. He is also one of the best defensive shortstops in the league.

Wilson will be replaced by Josh Wilson (no relation). This season, Jack Wilson is hitting .249 with zero home runs and 14 RBIs.

He will be missed quite a bit and the Mariners hope to get him back as soon as possible.

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