True Baseball Injuries 2Outfielder Kendry Morales broke his leg jumping on home plate after a game-winning home run.
Outfielder Russell Branyan cut and bruised his toe stumbling into a coffee table in his hotel room.
Infielder Chris Brown missed a game because he "slept on his eye funny".
Pitcher Adam Eaton stabbed himself in the stomach as he was using a knife to open a DVD wrapper.
Sammy Sosa was disabled after a violent sneeze.
Pitcher Jeff Juden missed a start because a tattoo he got prior to the season opener got infected.
Reliever Randy Flores was put on the disabled list - while removing his socks after a game, a large patch of skin also came off.
DH Mickey Tettleton went on the disabled list with athlete's foot. The story is that he tied his shoes too tight.
Utility infielder Bret Barberie missed a game because he mistakenly rubbed chili juice in his eyes.
Pitcher Ricky Bones injured his lower back getting out of a chair while watching television in the clubhouse.
Outfielder Dustan Mohr strained his groin while trying to get out of the dugout for a celebration for another player's home run.
Reliever Larry Anderson strained a rib jumping off the bench to join a brawl.
Shortstop Rey Quinones wasn't available as a pinch hitter as he was in the clubhouse playing Nintendo. (OK, it's not an injury, but it's pretty funny!)
Pitcher Mark Smith was injured when he stuck his hand into an air conditioner to see why it wasn't working.
Reliever Joey Eischen broke his arm jumping into the air to field a ground ball.
Pitcher Carlos Zambrano was diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome after spending as many as five hours daily on the Internet.
Shortstop Clint Barmes fell down some stairs and broke his collarbone. He was unable to break his fall because he was cradling a package of venison given to him from teammate Todd Helton.
Pitcher Greg Harris suffered a strained elbow flipping sunflower seeds while sitting in the bullpen.
Pitcher Randy Veres injured his hand pounding on the hotel room wall, trying to get the people in the next room to be quiet.