Sport Yankee Jordan Montgomery hit in head with liner, will still make start Sunday

00:05  13 august  2017
00:05  13 august  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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The Yankees had a scary moment during batting practice Saturday when Sunday starter Jordan Montgomery was hit in the head with a line drive during batting practice.

Like Dodgers starter Rich Hill on Friday night, though, Montgomery is still going to make his scheduled start Sunday vs. the Red Sox. Hill was hit in neck with fastball by Padres pitcher Clayton Richard.

Jaime Garcia (left) and Jordan Montgomery © Getty Images Jaime Garcia (left) and Jordan Montgomery

It was a tense few minutes after Montgomery, a former South Carolina Gamecock, was hit in the head with the line drive. The Yankees took him into the dugout, where he held a towel to his head before proceeding to the locker room.

But YES Network reported that he will still make the start he is scheduled to make. Who said pitchers aren't tough?

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The melody of summer smash Despacito came to singer Luis Fonsi in a dream. The Puerto Rican star reveals the catchy hook became stuck in his head back in 2015 and he immediately set to work filling out the rest of the tune. "I woke up one morning with 'Des-pa-cito Puerto Rico' (in my head)," he told U.S. breakfast show Good Morning America. "That's all I had, and that's all I needed!" However, it took months for the song idea to be crafted into a chart hit as Fonsi mulled over the overall sound of the track, which ended up featuring rapper Daddy Yankee. "It took a while because I didn't know how I wanted to produce it, so it took a little bit to get that perfect hybrid between pop and urban," he explained. "Then I called my buddy Daddy Yankee, who's a big part of this record, and it all came together." Despite recognising the hitmaking potential of the song, Fonsi admits he has been blown away by the global chart success that's followed since Despacito's release in January (17), and the extra boost in popularity it's received since Justin Bieber jumped on a remix of the single, which has since dominated the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 for the past 14 weeks - tying the second longest reign at number one. "When we first started kinda getting into the top 10 on the Hot 100, I was like, 'Man, we're gonna break the top 10! This is very exciting!'," he smiled.

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