San Francisco, CA (Sports Network) - Milwaukee Brewers shortstop Alex
Gonzalez left Saturday's 5-2 loss to the San Francisco Giants in the second
inning after injuring his right knee.
Gonzalez ripped an RBI single into center field, but was hurt sliding into
second base when his knee buckled as he reached the bag. He immediately
slammed his helmet on the infield dirt and called for Brewers medical
He had to be carried off the field by manager Ron Roenicke and head athletic
trainer Dan Wright. The team later said that Gonzalez will undergo an MRI and
be evaluated further.
Gonzalez's injury is the latest in a slew of setbacks for the Brewers, who
also announced on Saturday that speedy center fielder Carlos Gomez will be
placed on the 15-day disabled list after suffering a left hamstring strain in
Friday's win over the Giants.
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