Red Sox Pitching Prospect Johnson Hit In Face With Line Drive

August 18, 2012 12:00 AM
Red Sox Pitching Prospect Johnson Hit In Face With Line Drive
" BOSTON (CBS) – Red Sox pitching prospect Brian Johnson was injured on Saturday when he was hit in the face with line drive Saturday during a Lowell Spinners game at Fenway Park.

Johnson, the team’s 2012 first round pick had to be carted off field on a stretcher.

The game was part of the annual Futures at Fenway day "

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