Just saw this and had to say something about it.
Braves SP Tim Hudson was pitching in the bottom of the 8th when the Mets' Eric Young Jr. hit a ground ball to 1B.
Hudson covered the bag, and as he took the throw from Freddie Freeman, Young's foot came down on the back of Hudson's leg/ankle, causing it to twist in a horrific manner. Hudson immediately dropped to the ground in agony.
Young immediately realized what had happened and did a U-turn straight back to Hudson. He was the first one to reach the Braves' pitcher, and put his hand down on Hudson's back to comfort him.
He then stayed there for the next ten minutes while the trainers worked on Huddy, and didn't leave the field until the cart took Hudson away, apologizing to Hudson again, even though the replays showed that it wasn't anyone's fault. When he finally left the field, you could see Young wiping tears from his eyes with the sleeve of his jersey.
With all the rotten things we've heard about some players this week, and for all the talk we've had about what is wrong with baseball, the way that Eric Young Jr. responded to this event tonight is a great example of the fact that there is a lot of good still present in the game.
This Braves fan just became a fan of Eric Young, Jr., and I wanted to make sure others knew about it.