Brewers SS Willy Adames placed on concussion IL after being hit by foul ball in dugout vs. Giants

Adames later left the stadium in Milwaukee to be evaluated further

Willy Adames

Milwaukee Brewers shortstop Willy Adames left his team's game against the San Francisco Giants in the second inning Friday after he was hit by a foul ball while sitting in the dugout.

After being evaluated at a local hospital after the game, Adames was placed on the seven-day concussion injured list on Saturday.

Adames was standing with teammates on the top step of the Brewers’ dugout at American Family Field in the second inning when teammate Brian Anderson hit a foul ball off Giants pitcher Alex Wood. The foul ball drilled Adames in the head and sent him falling back to the bench.

The Brewers' medical staff helped Adames for several minutes before he left to go back to the clubhouse and eventually to a local hospital. Brewers manager Craig Counsell said after the game that Adames avoided any fractures and was alert and responsive. Adames remained in the hospital overnight for more testing and observation.

Adames was replaced by Brice Turang at shortstop. Anderson completed the at-bat with tears in his eyes, per’s Adam McCalvy. He grounded out to shortstop.

Adames, 27, is in his sixth season in Major League Baseball and second full season with the Brewers. He entered Friday's game hitting .205, with 38 hits, nine home runs and 27 RBI this season.

The Brewers trailed the Giants 3-1 when Adames left the game in the second inning. The Giants scored seven runs in the third to take a 10-1 lead. From there, they cruised to a 15-1 win on 19 hits, which marked their fifth win in seven games.