[Baltimore Sun] Orioles prospect Moisés Chace ‘receiving medical care’ after collision at High-A Aberdeen

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Orioles pitching prospect Moisés Chace is receiving medical care after colliding with a runner at first base during the High-A Aberdeen IronBirds’ home game Friday night at Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium, the Orioles announced.

According to social media posts, Chace remained on the field for an extended period of time after the collision and was taken off the field in a stretcher before being loaded into an ambulance. One fan at the game posted on X, formerly Twitter, that Chace showed “no movement for over 10 minutes” as medical personnel tended to him. It was not immediately clear where Chace was taken for medical care.

The game continued after the injury, with Graham Firoved entering in relief for the IronBirds in the top of the third inning. According to the MILB.com play-by-play, the injury occurred when the Jersey Shore BlueClaws’ Felix Reyes reached first base on a throwing error by IronBirds first baseman Maxwell Costes.

The 20-year-old Chace, a native of La Guaira, Venezuela, has enjoyed a standout season for Aberdeen, posting a 0.91 ERA in 29 2/3 innings with 42 strikeouts and 17 walks. The right-hander spent the previous two seasons at Low-A Delmarva, where he recorded a 4.72 ERA in 40 appearances, and has also played for Tigres de Aragua in the Venezuelan Winter League.

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