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Vanderbilt Pitcher Williams is Out For Year After This Horrific Injury

April 5, 2010 – Matt Anaya

OMG, this is pretty gnarly.

Vanderbilt Freshman Pitcher Corey Williams threw a really bad off-speed pitch and Florida 3B Austin Maddox smoked it right where he has been taught to aim his entire life.

The best part is the ball did not hit him in the head, and the video is not as gruesome as the X-Ray.

Video and X-Ray below.

The X-Ray was given to SportsByBrooks.com by the Vanderbilt Athletic Dept.

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15 Comments

  1. Matt April 5, 2010 at 3:57 pm

    This is why they should NOT use metal bats in college baseball!

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  2. Mark from Torrance, CA April 5, 2010 at 5:15 pm

    at least he still got the out at first.

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  3. Nikki April 6, 2010 at 7:44 am

    It’s long overdue to change College Baseball from Aluminum bats over to Wood bats!! It’s only a matter of time until another pitcher gets killed by a line drive.
    Plus aluminum bats do nothing but inflate stats; it makes every hitter appear to be better than they really are.

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  4. deep May 5, 2010 at 6:19 am

    It makes it much more difficult to grade talent for the next level when you’re numbers are inflated. You get much more pop on a larger surface (larger sweet spot) of an aluminum bat versus a the surface of wood (much smaller, requires a better hitter).
    Aluminum bats mask weaker hitters and inflate numbers. A guy who hits 20 hr’s with an aluminum is still going to hit 12-15 with wood; but the guy that hit’s 5 will get 1 or 2 at best.

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  5. paid directory July 15, 2010 at 4:00 pm

    ouch, I feel his pain in my knee with two screws from a patella realignment

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    ouch, I feel his pain in my knee with two screws from a patella realignment

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