“While checking in – on Monday, I took a 95 MPH line drive over my head,” Wingert, 29, said. Tweeted On Wednesday, May 18, I am sharing a selfie of a forehead injury. “The Rockies and @ATTSportsNetRM have treated me like a family. My treatment and the best hospital as soon as possible.”
The “Form to Fame” podcast host noted that he spent five hours in a local hospital. David WoodmanThe general manager of the employer AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain, and his wife, Paula Woodman. Its producers, Allison WeigelAlso stay with the group.
“I had. [a] Wingert added in his social media post that a CT scan was done to check for internal bleeding / fracture and it became clear, thank God. “I Internal and external stitches received.. I am staying at my GM’s house. I can’t say enough about AT & TSN and the Rox. I have never experienced such support. Thanks for the prayers 3“
During Monday’s game, جنات Austin Slater Hit a wrong ball from the Rockies pitcher. Daniel Bard According to one in the ninth inning Yahoo! the game Reportedly, the ball flew through the first base camera towards Wingert’s perch in the stands.
“Hey guys, I’m hanging out there. I’m sorry I haven’t been able to answer the text yet. I took the 95 MPH line drive straight to my forehead,” the journalist told Instagram Story on Wednesday. Explained by
He continued: “I received. [sic] Internal and external stitches because of how deep the wound is. They are hoping that the stain will not get worse. [my upcoming] Wedding [to fiancé Casey Linch]! I’m sleeping next to Woodman. [sic] Who soon became families. I can’t say enough about how the network and the organization have treated me. I have never had such an experience. “
Wingert revealed in her story post that she was taking some medication and was “giving herself only a few days to rest”. His mother, Betsy WingertFlew into the city. To take care of it
“We’re going back to Atlanta tonight. Stitches have to come out in a week,” the former Atlanta Breeze reporter concluded his post. “I’m glad it wasn’t bad.”
A Louisiana State University student – based in Atlanta – works as a freelance sideline reporter and TV host, where she has covered Major League Baseball. National Basketball Organization And National Hockey League the game. they also Reports often during college sports days..