Domonic Brown has wrist surgery
CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Phillies outfielder Domonic Brown had surgery Tuesday morning to remove the fractured hook of his right hamate bone. If he heals normally, he should be able to play again in four to six weeks, according to Phillies trainer Scott Sheridan.
Brown injured the hamate bone, which is located at the base of the wrist, taking a swing Saturday. Sheridan said he believes the injury is a result of "just the attrition of hitting. Just one of those things you see in the game."
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