ATLANTA — You won’t see many things scarier than what happened to the New York Mets’ Kevin Pillar. 

In the seventh inning of Monday’s win against the Braves, Atlanta reliever Jacob Webb drilled Pillar in the nose with a 95 mph fastball. Pillar immediately went down. He was in pain and blood covered his nose — so much of it, in fact, that the grounds crew had to go out onto the field and clean it up.

The hit by pitch, which came with the bases loaded, gave the Mets a 2-0 lead over the Braves. But it might mean the Mets just lost another player. 

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