Braves' Davidson may have broken his foot during walk-off HR
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Atlanta Braves outfield prospect Braxton Davidson went from glory to heartbreak in a matter of seconds on Saturday afternoon.

First, Davidson crushed a walk-off home run to beat the Salt River Rafters and win the Arizona Fall League championship for the Peoria Javelinas. He celebrated with an incredible bat flip and proceeded to round the bases.

That sense of euphoria didn't last long, though, as Davidson needed to be helped off the field, and while being carried the 22-year-old said he broke his foot.

He apparently suffered the injury while running between third base and home plate, and was taken to a local hospital to be examined for a possible left-foot fracture, according to William Boor of MLB.com.

An initial X-ray revealed Davidson suffered only a mid-foot sprain on the play, and he'll undergo a precautionary MRI on Monday to confirm there are no broken bones, The Athletic's David O'Brien reported Sunday.

Davidson, a first-round pick in the 2014 draft, isn't currently listed among the Braves' top 30 prospects, per MLB Pipeline. He has some pop in his bat but has struggled to make contact. He hit .171/.281/.365 with 20 home runs in 121 games at High-A in 2018.

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