Dodgers’ Brandon McCarthy Has The Best Response To Season-Ending Injury

If we were Brandon McCarthy, we’d be pretty down in the dumps right now.

The Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher will miss the rest of the season with a torn elbow ligament after leaving Saturday’s game against the San Diego Padres in the sixth inning. It’s a tough blow for a player who started 3-0 for his new team after posting a 2.89 ERA in 14 games for the New York Yankees last season.

Yet McCarthy — who’s known for generally being hilarious on Twitter — took it all in stride with a fantastic tweet Monday.

[tweet https://twitter.com/BMcCarthy32/status/592831153754808320 align=’center’]

That’s a good point, Brandon.

McCarthy’s wife Amanda, a social media maven in her own right, chipped in by telling fans she did everything she could to help her husband out.

[tweet https://twitter.com/Mrs_McCarthy32/status/592832833665822722 align=’center’]

McCarthy likely will need Tommy John surgery and could miss the beginning of next season as well. If there’s a bright side to all this, though, it’s that the 31-year-old probably will tweet more.

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