A quick look at his finger told Red Sox lefty Chris Sale, unfortunately, all he had to be aware.
Broken pinkie finger on his pitching hand, harmed by a line drive.
One more mishap in a physical issue tormented year for the Boston expert,
his future until the end of the time questionable.
Deal shouted out in torment Sunday subsequent to being struck by Aaron Hicks' 106.7 mph liner
with two outs in the primary inning at Yankee Stadium.
The ball diverted into right field for a RBI single that gave New York a 3-0 lead.
"One gander at this finger, I knew (it was broken) right away," Sale said.
"That sensation of simply that sort of chilly water hurrying through your body when something to that effect occurs.