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    Albert Almora Jr https://www.shopteamcubs.com/Albert_Almora_Jr_Jersey. lost the battle with the wall in left center field Tuesday night, but he might have gained a victory by not breaking a collarbone.“The wall always wins, but I’m happy,” Almora said as his right shoulder was wrapped in ice as the result of colliding with the wall while trying to cut off a double by Paul DeJong in the fifth inning of the Chicago Cubs’ 8-7 loss to the Cardinals.Almora said he was in “excruciating pain” as trainer PJ Mainville poked around his shoulder but assured him the shoulder was not out of place https://www.shopteamcubs.com/Willson_Contreras_Jersey. Almora walked slowly off the field and was “definitely scared” that he might have suffered a serious injury, but he said his shoulder starting feeling better after he learned that X-rays were negative.“I tried to cut if off before it hit the wall,” Almora said. “I went to slide and noticed I wasn’t going to get to it. When I looked up, the wall was right on me. There was no slowing down. Luckily nothing is broken. Luckily nothing is damaged. It’s all good.”

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