FSU outfielder remains hospitalized after running into outfield wall at Clemson


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According to the Tallahassee Democrat, FSU freshman center fielder Ben DeLuzio remains hospitalized on Saturday after being injured running into outfield wall in Friday night’s baseball contest against the Tigers.

DeLuzio was hurt when he collided with the outfield wall trying to catch a homer by Garrett BoulwareGarrett Boulware
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in the third inning. DeLuzio stayed in the game for the rest of inning but later complained of trouble breathing and was taken to a hospital where we went X-rays for his ribs and kept overnight for observation.

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