A scary incident occurred during the Phillies game on Tuesday night in Cincinnati as center fielder Brandon Marsh had to leave the game after landing awkwardly trying to rob a Marsh landed awkwardly on his leg while trying to rob a home run.

He was able to leave the field on his own power.

The incident happened during the third inning.

Jonathan India hit a ball to right-center field, and March went up to the wall and ran out of room, landing awkwardly on his leg.

Marsh was down in obvious pain. Matt Vierling and Nick Castellanos stood over him, while trainers and manager Ron Thomson rushed out to the warning track.

Nick Maton replaced Marsh in the lineup, moving to left field, Vierling moved over to play center.

We will have an update on Marsh’s condition later tonight.

Marsh is hitting .226 with eight homers and nine stolen bases this season and has played 11 total games since being traded to Philadelphia for catcher Logan O'Hoppe.

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