Found February 29, 2012 on Pittsburghlive.com:
PLAYERS: AJ Burnett
TEAMS: Pittsburgh Pirates
Pirates pitcher A.J. Burnett fouled a ball off his face near his right eye this morning during a bunting drill in spring training camp. An initial examination indicated the injury was not serious.
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