DENVER (AP) - Colorado Rockies pitcher Jason Hirsh broke his right leg - and kept on pitching against the Milwaukee Brewers.
X-rays revealed the fracture Wednesday, a day after Milwaukee's J.J. Hardy lined a ball off Hirsh's leg during the first inning of Colorado's 11-4 win.
Hirsh allowed three runs - two earned - and three hits in six innings, throwing 87 pitches and improving his record to 5-7.
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