August 1967:  A glum Tony Conigliaro is seen in his hospital bed at Sancta Maria Hospital in Cambridge with a cracked cheekbone. This was the fifth time in Tony' Cs major league career that he has been hurt by pitched balls. He was hit during spring training when a John Wyatt fastball sailed during batting practice and suffered a separated shoulder. During his rookie season he suffered a hairline fracture of the left wrist after being hit by a Moe Drabowski pitch. A month later, he was out for six weeks when a Pedro Ramos pitch broke his right forearm. And in 1965, Wes Stock of the Kansas City A's put Tony out of the lineup for 12 days with a broken hand. The injury from the Jack Hamilton pitch would prove to be the most serious of all.