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Pirates Catcher Jose Godoy Leaves Game With Apparent Hand Injury

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Jose Godoy was removed from Sunday afternoon’s game against the Orioles in Baltimore with general body cramping and heat illness.

Catcher Jose Godoy left the game in the sixth. During a pitching change, Pirates manager Derek Shelton and the training staff met Godoy at home plate to check on him.

Jason Delay came in to replace Godoy, who was claimed off waivers Friday from the Minnesota Twins.

Godoy registered his first RBI with the Pirates and threw a runner out trying to steal.

Godoy appeared in two games for the Twins in the ’22 season and had no hits in three at-bats but did draw two walks. In two years of MLB time, he has a career batting average of .150 in 40 at-bats.

 

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