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LSU outfielder Jacob Berry suffered an injury to his middle finger while fielding batting practice before Game 1 vs. Alabama last Friday but was able to play in the game.

The injury, however, kept him out of games 2 and 3.

On Monday, coach Jay Johnson said Berry's injury will come down to pain tolerance and that he has flexion at the end of his finger which is a good sign.

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Is that the cover for playing stink finger with his girlfriend ?
Reply8 days
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If it isn’t sticking out the skin… I’m playing!
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Wow! ........what a medical update that was.
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Which hand is it?
Reply9 days
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It’s his middle finger on his right (throwing) hand.
6 days
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Berry hasn’t played outfield in weeks, sportsfan
Reply9 days
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Wear it son
Reply9 days
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With fingers if you don't have a heating pad, stick the finger up your butthole. Follow me for more survival tips.
Reply9 days
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Upvote sir
9 days
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Medical weed
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Give him some Advil and let’s go to Omaha
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Frick that, rub some dirt on it baw and you’ll be fine!
9 days
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Ask Ronnie Lott how to deal with an injured finger
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