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Indians' Uribe leaves on cart after low blow from grounder
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Indians' Uribe leaves on cart after low blow from grounder

Published Jun. 12, 2016 7:28 p.m. ET

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Cleveland third baseman Juan Uribe has left the Indians' game against Los Angeles on a cart after a hard-hit grounder left him with a testicular contusion.

Uribe was injured in the fourth inning of Cleveland's series finale against the Angels on Sunday.

Trout's ground ball struck Uribe squarely in the groin while he attempted to field it, leaving him flat on the ground in obvious pain. The veteran stayed down for several moments and had trouble standing before a cart arrived to take him off the field.

Michael Martinez moved in from center field to replace Uribe at third.

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