Will Rhymes isn't Batman, just a guy who passed out after being hit by a pitch
Update: Rhymes did not break a bone, but he did reference a classic candy commercial.
By Cindy Boren Will Rhymes collapses into the arms of Tampa Bay Rays first-base coach George Hendrick Wednesday night. (Chris O'Meara / AP) In retrospect, perhaps the sound should have been a the first tip-off that this was no ordinary incident in
Will Rhymes collapsed on the field during Wednesday's game after he took first base following a hit-by-pitch. It was a scary incident. Rhymes was in a ton of pain after getting hit by a pitch on his arm, but he took his base after being looked at by
He also touches on the Sox pitchers taking too much time between pitches, Will Rhymes fainting after getting hit by a pitch, and the Sox struggles with balks. D&C touch on how valuable Kevin Garnett has been to the Celtics this postseason.
The Rays-Red Sox game on Wednesday night took a scary turn in the eighth inning when Tampa Bay's Will Rhymes collapsed on the field shortly after getting hit in the arm by a pitch from Boston's Franklin Morales.