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Video: Aaron Cook Spiked During Red Sox-Orioles Game

Aaron Cook's Injury (Photo from CBSSports.com)

Red Sox starter Aaron Cook wasn’t very good in his first start with the team. He went 2.2 innings, allowing seven runs (six earned) on eight hits. But, most of the damage came after one ugly incident.

In the second inning, Jarrod Saltalamacchia was charged with a passed ball. He then tried to throw it to home plate, where Aaron Cook was covering, to beat Chris Davis to the bag.

It was unsuccessful, as Davis scored.

Cook, meanwhile, suffered one of the more disgusting injuries youll ever see when he was spiked by Davis on the play.

Watch the video:

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