Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun had a beer on the head and New York Mets' second baseman, Robinson Cano, suffered a bouncing hand injury from a Gio Gonzalez pitch in a bizarre sequence during the first inning Sunday Hook on the left field wall on a long drive from Mets freshman Pete Alonso, as a fanatic who seemed to catch the ball in his cup leaned over the railing and poured his beer on Braun's head.
With Brown failed to catch, Alonso ran for third to third and protested to the Brewers and manager Craig Counsell. However, a video review confirmed the decision on the field.
Cano was injured in the next field as he plopped on his left hand when he failed to check his tee at a fastball from Brewers starter Gonzalez.
The left-hander Cano began to swing and fell toward the first base as the pitch moved toward his chest. It linked to the outside of his left hand, and Cano stumbled out of the box, knocking down his helmet before leaving the game.
Cano was ordered to swing on the pitch of the board umpire Todd Tichenor. It's the second time this season that Cano was hit by a pitch when he was called to a swinging punch.
The first X-rays on Cano's hand were negative, the Mets said. It will be discontinued for additional tests on Monday after the swelling in the hand has subsided.
He was replaced by Juan Lagares 0: 1. Lagares would go for a walk.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.