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Jo Jo Reyes and Chase d'Arnaud Reportedly Suffer Leg Injuries

Before the start of the 2nd inning in the Indy game (they are winning 3-0), Jo Jo was warming up and suddenly just walked right into the dugout. Kris Johnson is replacing him. No word on what happened, the play by play team is speculating right now. I know Jo Jo isn't very loved around these parts (for obvious historical performance-related reasons, I guess), but its never good when someone gets hurt. At present there is no way to know if it's an injury or a situation like Bedard's back. Also: Chase started the game, got a single, and then had to be replaced by a PH in the 1st. I tuned in late, so I don't know if that is also injury related. Anyone else listening who can clue us in? UPDATE: There are Twitter reports that both Jo Jo and Chase suffered leg injuries. Very unfortunate in both cases; Jo Jo was having an incredible start (independent of his historic and Spring Training performance) and Chase had only recently returned to the lineup, due to a concussion from getting hit by a pitch at the start of the season. Let us hope that they recovery quickly

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