Mets' Brandon Nimmo Suffers Head Injury After Fainting In Bathroom

New York Mets' outfielder Brandon Nimmo reportedly woke up with an upset stomach on Monday, and while in his hotel bathroom, he collapsed to the floor.

Nimmo blacked out and was bleeding after suffering head trauma. Luckily, the 31-year-old is seemingly okay now, as he was seen sporting a bandage on his head while speaking to reporters in the dugout before Monday's game vs. the Washington Nationals.

As the story goes, after regaining consciousness, Nimmo immediately called the team's trainers, where he was taken to the hospital.

There were no signs of intoxication, he says he had no alcohol in his system. With that being said, the reason for Nimmo being unconscious is not 100% known at this time.

As for the probable diagnosis, the medical staff did say that the incident possibly could have stemmed from a cramp causing his body to momentarily lose awareness.

Evidently, according to the Mets' manager, Carlos Mendoza, all the tests undergone for a concussion came back negative. That is to say, the left fielder did not play in the Mets 9-7 win over the Nationals, but he is only considered day-to-day at this point, with a chance at playing in tomorrow's contest, 6:45 pm ET (July 2).

In his ninth MLB season, the Cheyenne, Wyoming native is batting .247, with 13 home runs, 50 RBI's, and 53 runs.

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