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Frank Clark also appears out with a wrist injury and other regulars will likely also be told to sit it out as kickoff approaches with there being no need to be exposed to possible injury with the regular season now so close.
That man, DeAndre Harris, suffered a broken wrist and a gash to his head which required 10 staples.
MLB's response to Kinsler's criticism — a heavy fine but no suspension — was deemed a slap on the wrist by major-league umpires, who staged a surprise protest last Saturday, with many wearing white wristbands during games.
McCusker, only recently recovered from foot and wrist injuries, tried to keep the heat on Smith but stepped out of bounds following the last tumbling pass on her floor routine.
The Sheriff's Department offers Project Lifesaver in partnership with Porter County Triad at no cost to the participants, providing watch-size transmitters on bands that can be worn on the wrist or ankle, Dziedzinski said.
A red vehicle pulled up to the men, 21 and 25, and someone inside fired shots, hitting the younger man in the groin and grazing the 25-year-old in his wrist, police said.
But with a magical wave from King and a flick of the wrist from Burton, Louisville's newspaper was completely restored.
In what must have been an incredibly intense take on a schoolyard game, Jeremy Renner fractured both his right arm and left wrist on the set of his upcoming film, Tag.
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: the part of your body where your hand joins your arm
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