The thud was heard throughout the entire ballpark and immediately drew a loud gasp from the Citi Field crowd.
Albert Almora Jr. went face-first into the right-center field fence on Austin Hays’ drive in the eighth inning of the Mets-Orioles game, initially catching the ball, but having it dislodged upon contact with the wall.
The 27-year-old stayed down for a few minutes, before eventually getting to his feet with help from the training staff and walking slowly to the dugout.
He received an ovation from the Citi Field crowd.
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