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Friday, July 10, 2009

Erin Andrews Takes a Ball to the Chin; Lives to Work the Sidelines this Fall

College football fans everywhere can take a big sigh of relief.

TMZ reports that Erin Andrews will be okay after she was hit by a foul ball from the New York Mets' Alex Cora on Wednesday night. EA was rushed to the hospital soon after the incident and after hours of examinations performed by every male doctor in the emergency room, the discharge summary simply read "bruised chin." This ends the terrifying speculation that the undisputed hottest sideline reporter on television today had any structural damage to her face.

ESPN just released the following statement:
"She's totally fine. The producers on site suggested she go to the hospital as a precaution. Doctors released her soon thereafter. She flew home as scheduled and is looking forward to working MLB All-Star events and the ESPYs in the coming week."
No word yet if Erin will continue to work baseball this summer from the field and jeopardize ESPN/ABC's college football monopoly.