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Byron Buxton Narrowly Avoids Collision During Bratwurst Race In Milwaukee


After returning to center field last week for the first time in 584 days, Minnesota Twins’ Byron Buxton narrowly avoided a mishap that could have landed him on the injured list.

The Milwaukee Brewers’ iconic sausage race is a beloved tradition at American Family Field. However, during Tuesday’s game, Buxton found himself dangerously close to crossing paths with sausage No. 1 as it sprinted around the park.

Despite being the second overall pick in 2012, Buxton has struggled to stay healthy throughout his career, managing to play over 100 games only once.

Throughout his decade-long tenure in the major leagues, the 30-year-old outfielder has showcased MVP-caliber potential when free from injury. He has garnered MVP votes twice and earned his first All-Star Game selection in 2022.

Considering Buxton’s injury history, a collision with a bratwurst in Milwaukee would undoubtedly raise concerns among Twins fans.

The Twins have faced significant injury challenges early in the 2024 season, including the absence of star third baseman Royce Lewis, sidelined with a quad injury expected to keep him out for several months.

With a 2-2 record to start the season, the Twins suffered a narrow 3-2 defeat against the Brewers on Tuesday.

In the loss, Buxton managed a 1-for-4 performance, bringing his season stats to 4-for-16 with two doubles, three RBIs, and three strikeouts.

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