Brewers shortstop Willy Adames was struck by a line drive foul ball during Friday night's game with the Giants.

Friday’s game between the San Francisco Giants and Milwaukee Brewers was briefly stopped in the bottom of the second inning after a scary moment with Milwpassedaukee shortstop, Willy Adames.

Brian Anderson led off the second inning for the Brewers and lined an 0-1 pitch from San Francisco’s Alex Wood foul, into Milwaukee’s dugout on the first base side.

Unfortunately, the ball struck Willy Adames, the Brewers shortstop who was sitting on the Milwaukee bench.

The delay lasted a long time while Adames was attended to in the dugout. More than three minutes past between pitches. Anderson, who was clearly shaken by the whole ordeal, eventually grounded out to shortstop upon resumption of the game.

Adames was replaced by Brice Turang. Milwaukee understandably seemed out of sorts in the top of the third inning. The Brewers committed two errors and allowed eight runs.

Later updates were positive. The Brewers later announced that Adames walked off out of the dugout and into the clubhouse and was later taken to the hospital.

Baseball fans sent their best wishes Adames’ way upon finding out about the scary injury.

Heading into Friday’s game, Adames was hitting .205/.289./384 with nine home runs.

[Photo Credit: NBC Sports Bay Area]

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