Houston Astros rookie Paul Clemens turned in a strong outing on Monday night, tossing 5.1 innings of one-hit ball. As impressive as that was, though, most people will remember his outing for another reason. As you can see in the video above, Clemens tried to field a comebacker only to dislocate his pinky.
Clemens had his pinky popped back into place and stayed in the game to retire the next batter. Apparently he first suffered the injury during high school and is totally used to it. Who knew anyone could be used to having a finger out of place? It just shows that Paul Clemens is tougher than you.