Philadelphia Phillies: 4 Signs Domonic Brown May Never Be Fully Healthy

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Philadelphia Phillies: 4 Signs Domonic Brown May Never Be Fully Healthy
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Domonic Brown has been bitten by the injury bug and has a full-on infection.

He seems to get injured in the most random ways possible.

He wasn't always this risky though. When he was drafted in the 20th round in 2006 by the Philadelphia Phillies, he chose to play baseball over football for the University of Miami.

He hit his way through the minor leagues and made the major league spring training roster for the Phillies in 2010. He was optioned down to the minor leagues, but was called up in July later that year.

Then, to make room for Hunter Pence, Brown was sent down to the minors a year later.

And this year, he was sent back down to the minor league camp due to his injury issues.

Now, it seems as if Domonic Brown will never be fully healthy, and here are some reasons why.

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