Rockies left-handed starter Kyle Freeland leftMonday’s gameafter Jimmy Foxx Jersey being struck by a hard line drive off the bat of Diamondbacks slugger J.D. Martinez in the fourth inning.The line drive, measured at 114.8 mph on MLB’s Statcast, struck Freeland in his pitching shoulder before caroming to third baseman Nolan Arenado. Martinez beat the throw to first.Kyle Freeland takes 114.8 mph from J.D. Martinez high off the upper body (po sibly face) Jake Shapiro (@Shapalicious) September 12, 2017Freeland left the game after being checked out by a trainer, but Rockies manager Bud Black said after the game he had a sore shoulder but would be fine (via USA Today).Martinez came around to score, so Freeland was charged with two earned runs in three innings of work. He now owns a 4.03 ERA on the season for the wild-card seeking Rockies.

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