Jordan Montgomery struck in head during batting practice

NEW YORK, NY (WOLO) — Former Gamecock and Sumter High star Jordan Montgomery was hit in the head Saturday by a fly ball while signing autographs before the Red Sox-Yankees tilt.

According to reports, the former Gamecock was seen holding a towel on his head on the Yankees bench. He then proceeded to go into the clubhouse. reports Montgomery felt “woozy” after being hit by the fly ball.

The Yankees expect him to be okay to start Sunday against the Red Sox.

Montgomery was recalled on Friday by the Bronx Bombers after CC Sabathia went on the disabled list. He has a 4.05 ERA in 21 starts with the Yanks.

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