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Astros’ Colin Moran hospitalized after fouling pitch off face

Only one day after being called up to the Houston Astros, third baseman Colin Moran was carted off the field against the Baltimore Orioles in the top of the sixth inning in what was a scary moment for everyone inside Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Moran fouled off a delivery from O’s right-hander Darren O’Day, but the ball ricocheted backwards into Moran’s own face.

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Astros’ Colin Moran carted off after fouling ball off his face

Astros third baseman Colin Moran required the assistance of a cart to leave the field after fouling a ball off his face in the sixth inning of Saturday night’s game against the Orioles. Moran appeared to sustain a cut below his left eye. Appearing too woozy to walk off the field, he was tended to on the grass by two trainers and Astros manager A.J. Hinch.

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Cary man lists vintage FBI surveillance van for sale on eBay

CARY, N.C. (WNCN) — A Cary man looking for a work truck stumbled on a 1980s-era FBI surveillance van and now has listed it for sale on eBay.

Ginter Senfeldas said that he originally found the 1989 Dodge Ram 350, which he says was used in FBI investigations, for sale on a government auction website.

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In the back of the van are many custom features, such as a toilet, extra 12-volt vehicle batteries, TV monitors and video recording equipment.

Senfeldas said that there are also microphones hidden on the exterior of the vehicle.

“We found out that there’s microphones as we took the side markers out of the van and there’s microphones hidden in headlights and taillights. That’s why there’s little holes everywhere,” he said.

Also inside were handcuffs, binoculars and even leftover video from an old FBI stakeout, Senfeldas said. There are several small “pinholes” in the vehicle where cameras can peer out without anyone outside noticing.

It has “everything you need to get the investigation done,” Senfeldas told CBS North Carolina.

The auction on eBay has gone from about $15 on Monday to $15,000 on Saturday. The auction ends on Monday.

So far, Senfeldas has not contacted the FBI about the van.

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