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MLB Reporter Kelsey Wingert Hit in the Head by 95 MPH Line Drive at Rockies Game

Major League Baseball Reporter Kelsey Wingert was taken to the hospital this week after she was struck in the head by a 95 mph line drive during the Colorado Rockies game. The accident happened in the ninth inning of the game between the Rockies and the San Francisco Giants on Monday. Wingert, 29 — who is the television reporter for the Rockies — was sitting near the first-base camera when the ball struck her head, according to Yahoo Sports.
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Rockies sideline reporter Kelsey Wingert recovering after taking another line drive to the face

Rockies television reporter Kelsey Wingert was greeted rudely by a batted ball this week. It was the second such encounter in her career. The latest incident took place during Colorado's home game Monday vs. the Giants. San Francisco's Austin Slater ripped a foul ball against Rockies closer Daniel Bard in the ninth inning. The ball deflected off the head of Wingert, who was seated at field level in the first-base camera well reporting for AT&T Sportsnet.
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Rockies TV reporter Kelsey Wingert recovering after being struck by 95 mph liner

A few days after being struck by a 95 mph liner in foul territory, Colorado Rockies TV reporter Kelsey Wingert says she’s "hanging in there." The incident happened Monday in a contest between the Rockies and Giants in Colorado. Giants’ Austin Slater laced a ball into foul ground off Rockies’ Daniel Bard into the first base side’s camera well. Straight to the face.
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