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PHOTO: Rockies reporter Kelsey Wingert shows off her stitches after taking a 95 mph line drive to the head

Kelsey Wingert, a reporter for AT&T SportsNet, is recovering after taking a foul ball to the head during the Rockies games on Tuesday.

Reporter @KelsWingert was hit by a foul ball during Monday’s Rockies game. Kelsey immediately received medical attention and we’re happy to share that she’s doing well under the circumstances. We’re wishing Kelsey a speedy recovery and we’ll see her soon on the @Rockies broadcast”


Kelsey posted a photo of the aftermath and . . . yikes! Thankfully she’s on the mend:

Checking in – Monday, I took a 95 MPH line drive to my head. The @Rockies & @ATTSportsNetRM have treated me like family. Getting me treatment & to the best hospital ASAP. I was at hospital for 5 hours w/ David Woodman (GM of AT&T SN), his wife, Paula & my producer Alison Vigil.”

She was in the first-base camera well when it happened:


The actual impact of the foul ball wasn’t captured on video, but you can tell from the tone of the broadcasters how worried they were:

And here’s to a speedy and full recovery!

“I had CT scan to check for internal bleeding/fractures & it came back clear, Thank God. I received internal & external stitches. I’ve been staying at my GM’s house. I can’t say enough about AT&TSN & the Rox. I’ve never experienced support like this. Thank you for the prayers.”


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