Morin's laceration happened when he cut the bottom of his foot walking on the beach Saturday. Got four stitches, should be back in 2 weeks.
— Alden Gonzalez (@Alden_Gonzalez) August 4, 2014
If you don’t see sharp sea shells by the St. Petersburg seashore and you step on said sharp sea shells by the St. Petersburg sea shore, you may wind up needing stitches — and a trip to the DL.
Truth be told, it was an unknown object. Either way, this is a tough blow for the Angels, because it’s an unfortunate injury to a solid reliever who has a 2.36 ERA in 41 appearances this season.