There was a terrifying moment in Saturday's Yankees-Rockies game that could've been much, much worse.
Yankees first baseman Luke Voit was batting in the bottom of the fourth inning on Saturday when a 91 mph fastball rode up-and-in and hit him in the face.
The pitch appeared to graze Voit's shoulder before making direct contact with his lip and chin.
Incredibly, Voit quickly shook it off and took his base. He later advanced to third and then was driven in for the Yankees' seventh run of the game. They went on to beat the Rockies, 11-5.
After scoring, Voit was taken out of the game for precautionary measures and underwent concussions testing. The team announced those tests were negative.