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It’s generally a good thing for a ballpark advertiser when its outfield billboard gets lots of time on camera. But how about when a home-team outfielder is lying unconscious in front of it? If the Belterra Casino Resort & Spa gets an upsurge of business this week, we’ll know the answer. In a Pirates-Reds game in Cincinnati on Monday, Reds outfielder Ryan Freel collided with teammate Norris Hopper as both were chasing a fly ball to the warning track.

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