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After error, Milwaukee Brewers pitcher throws up behind mound

Elvis Andrus ready to go for Rangers

Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus says he is healthy and ready to play Saturday against the Los Angeles Angels.
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Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus says he is healthy and ready to play Saturday against the Los Angeles Angels.

Friday’s four-hour game between the Texas Rangers and Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park may have been entertaining, but also ugly.

But at least none of the players threw up on the field.

That happened in the first inning Saturday. Brewers right-hander Adrian Houser vomited behind the pitcher’s mound after failing to field Elvis Andrus’ soft bouncer.

Houser was looked at by trainers while a member of the grounds crew cleaned up the vomit.

Houser was having a smooth inning with strikeouts of Shin-Soo Choo and Danny Santana before making the fielding error on Andrus’ tapper. He regrouped and struck out Rougned Odor to end the inning.

Houser has done this before.

A year ago after it happened, over-hydration was the explanation.

It could be worse than seeing a player throw up on the field for fans. You could have nacho cheese spilled on you, or heaven forbid, be thrown up by another fan.

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Stefan Stevenson has been covering sports for the Star-Telegram since 1997. He spent five years covering TCU athletics, which included two BCS bowls, two trips to the college World Series and the move to the Big 12. He has covered the Texas Rangers since 2014 and started reporting on the Dallas Cowboys in 2016.
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