Longoria suffers left hand fracture on HBP

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MIAMI — Evan Longoria was hit by a pitch in the fourth inning of Thursday afternoon’s 6-3, 16-inning win over the Marlins in Miami, and he was diagnosed with a fractured fifth metacarpal in his left hand.

Longoria was struck on the back of the left hand by a Dan Straily four-seam fastball, clocked by Statcast™ at 88.6 mph, to open the fourth. He remained in the game to run the bases, but he was erased on a double play that ended the top half of the frame. Longoria was replaced defensively in the bottom half by Alen Hanson.

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MIAMI — Evan Longoria was hit by a pitch in the fourth inning of Thursday afternoon’s 6-3, 16-inning win over the Marlins in Miami, and he was diagnosed with a fractured fifth metacarpal in his left hand.

Longoria was struck on the back of the left hand by a Dan Straily four-seam fastball, clocked by Statcast™ at 88.6 mph, to open the fourth. He remained in the game to run the bases, but he was erased on a double play that ended the top half of the frame. Longoria was replaced defensively in the bottom half by Alen Hanson.

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The Giants’ third baseman is tied for the team lead with 34 RBIs, and he ranks second on the team with 10 home runs and 27 extra-base hits.

Glenn Sattell is a contributor to MLB.com.