He sure gets around (the globe) fast!
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It doesn't matter what you do today, you won't be having a worse day than Francisco Cervelli.
That's because the New York Yankees catcher took a foul ball to the left nut during a game against the Detroit Tigers last night.
After swinging at Shane Green's pitch, outfielder Rajai Davis just got a piece of the ball, and Francisco lost a piece of his.
This story makes us believe in miracles!
As we previously reported, six-time gold medalist Amy Van Dyken-Rouen got into a beyond-terrible ATV accident and completely severed her spinal cord back in June.
She was rushed to the hospital with her husband Tom Rouen by her side, but was in such bad condition, the married couple actually said their final goodbyes before she went into surgery.
That's unbelievably heartbreaking.
This is awful!
A mother of three, Jan Harding, is fighting for her life in the Salt Lake City hospital's burn unit after an alleged accident of disastrous proportions.
The 67-year-old, who is also a grandmother and a retired school teacher, was recently eating at Dickey's Barbecue Pit in South Jordan, Utah, after attending church when she took a sip of her sweet tea. She immediately spat it out and said to her husband Jim, "I think I just drank acid."
We usually don't laugh at other people's pain - especially if it's a child.
But this is too outrageous not to chuckle a little bit… plus we're pretty sure there was no permanent damage!
Many students at school nowadays, and in all days, will take a get sent home early card if they can. We're not sure if this was on purpose, but one child got sent home recently due to something extremely bizarre!
He got a nacho stuck in his eye!
This is just awful!
Indiana Pacers basketball player Paul George is one of the best players in the NBA and, at the age of 24, is also one of its youngest.
Which all made the world cringe that much harder when the star forward suffered a TERRIBLE right leg injury this past Friday during a Team USA intrasquad scrimmage game at UNLV's Thomas & Mack Center.
Doctors have diagnosed the injury as a open tibia-fibula fracture and it's expected that Paul George will miss the entire NBA season - a huge blow to any fans of not only his team but the entire league in general.
However the most important thing is Paul George's health, and the forward took to Twitter to make it known that he expects to come back better than ever. He wrote