Tag Archives: injuries

  • 20 Tough Athletes Who Played Through Injuries

    20 Tough Athletes Who Played Through Injuries

    Almost every pro athlete has played through painful injuries. In fact, depending on the sport, some are constantly playing through painful injuries. Nevertheless, some instances of athletes playing through injuries are more notable than others, whether it’s because of the extent of the injury or the circumstances surrounding it. And today we’re going to take […]

  • 9 of the Most Terrifying Injuries in Baseball History

    9 of the Most Terrifying Injuries in Baseball History

    Earlier this week, Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher J.A. Happ was hit in the side of the head by a scorching line drive. Both the sight and the sound of the impact gave chills to anyone who watched it, and the blow landed the 30-year-old Happ in the hospital and then the disabled list with […]

  • 12 Epic Home Plate Collisions

    12 Epic Home Plate Collisions

    Ever since Buster Posey broke his leg in a brutal home plate collision at the start of the 2011 season, there has been a lot of talk about eliminating that play from baseball. In fact, the debate flares up pretty much every time we see such a collision now, whether anybody gets injured or not. […]

  • 50 of the Most Gruesome Sports Injuries of All-Time

    50 of the Most Gruesome Sports Injuries of All-Time

    Nobody likes seeing their favorite player go down with a groin injury or a high ankle sprain. However, while those kinds of injuries can keep players on the disabled list for a long time, at least they usually don’t endanger their careers. Not all sports injuries are so mild. In fact, some are so gruesome […]

  • 11 Notable Injuries from the Last Two Winter X-Games

    11 Notable Injuries from the Last Two Winter X-Games

    Does it seem to you like the injuries at the Winter X-Games are getting a little out of control? Well, there might be a very good reason for that. You see, these are athletes who thrive on adrenaline, and the bigger the risk the greater the rush. But there’s no rush in doing the same […]