WATCH: Brewers pitcher vomits on field after committing error


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Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Adrian Houser puked during a game after committing a fielding error. (Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports)
Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Adrian Houser puked during a game after committing a fielding error. (Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports)

MILWAUKEE — In Saturday's contest at Miller Park between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Texas Rangers, Brewers starting pitcher Adrian Houser pitched six innings of 1-run ball and came away with the winning decision, as the Brewers took down the Rangers by a final score of 3-2. However, early on his start, Houser let his nerves get the best of him, and he upchucked onto the field as a result

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Showcasing that he is a hurler in more ways than one, Houser, who also puked during a game last year, committed a fielding error on a potential inning-ending grounder in the first frame. Following the botched play, Houser could hold in his nerve-induced barf any longer, and he proceeded to vomit onto the grass. Houser overcame his anxiousness, though, and, after a watering can was brought out by a member of the grounds crew to clean up the vomitous mess, he resumed pitching and fared well the rest of the way.

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