PITTSBURGH (AP) -Pirates shortstop Jack Wilson developed asthma-related symptoms during Thursday night's game against the New York Mets and was assisted from the dugout during the fifth inning.
Wilson was favoring his left leg, as if he had turned an ankle, as he limped out of the dugout and through a tunnel to the team clubhouse.
The warm weather may have played a factor in Wilson's condition. The gametime temperature was 82 and did not drop much on a hazy, humid night at PNC Park.
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