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17:40  28 may  2019
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Jeremy Jeffress was able to react in time Monday night, even if he didn't think he was going to be able to.

During the fifth inning of Milwaukee's 5-4 win over Minnesota, Jeffress was on the mound facing Willians Astudillo. Jeffress sent his pitch, and Astudillo sent it right back at him in a scary fashion. The ball went right at Jeffress' head and the pitcher did all he could do to avoid a seriously dangerous situation.

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"I literally thought I was gone," Jeffress said after the game. "I made a good pitch down in the zone, and he just hit it well. Hit it right back up the middle. I literally thought it was going over my head. Last second, I just reacted. That’s all I could do. [I saw the replay once], I don't want to see it no more."

Jeffress laid down on the ground for several moments after the incident, and was removed from the game. But he said afterwards he's "fine" health-wise. The team announced the decision to have him leave was made by manager Craig Counsell.

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