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Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger Dislocated His Shoulder While Celebrating His Home Run: ‘It Kinda Hurt’

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Cody Bellinger is in good spirits after dislocating his shoulder during Sunday night’s National League Championship Series game.

The 25-year-old Los Angeles Dodgers player gave his team a 4-3 lead at the bottom of the seventh inning of Game 7, where he hit a pitch into right field that helped them advance to the World Series.

Upon the completion of his run around the field and his return to home plate, Bellinger celebrated with his teammates, where he smashed arms with AJ Pollock before he did the same with Kiké Hernández. There, Bellinger dislocated his shoulder.

Later in the game, Bellinger motioned to a player off-screen that his shoulder had popped out of its socket, as seen in a video shared by SportsCenter.

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Calais Campbell brings home the highest Madden rating on Ravens

Little by little Madden NFL 21 rankings have been leaked as the franchise gears up for a release on August 25. Friday night, Madden released the complete rankings and boy are there some interesting overalls out there.

A few notables were released prior to Friday, like the cover athlete quarterback Lamar Jackson receiving a 94 overall. He was the third-rated QB behind league MVP Patrick Mahomes (99) and Seattle Seahawks Russel Wilson (97), however, that wasn’t enough to make him the highest-rated player on the Ravens squad.

“I wish it was better,” Jackson said on SportsCenter. “But hey, it’s better than it was last year. I guess we can roll with it till the season starts.”

Running back Mark Ingram ripped EA when his rating was revealed earlier this week — he wasn’t happy with his 87 overall.

“EA you sleeping on me,” he said in a hilarious video

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