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'RHOC' Star Jim Edmonds Gets 12 Stitches After 'Fight' With Shower Door -- See The Brutal Injuries!

By Mike Walters

'RHOC' star Jim Edmonds made an emergency trip to the hospital recently, but not for what you might think, the MLB legend sliced himself wide open after crashing into his shower door...and the photos are brutal!

The retired MLB great claims he has a nasty run-in with a glass shower door that landed him in a hospital and filled up with 12 stitches. Edmonds took to Instagram to show off the gnarly injuries and explain how in the world this could have happened.

“Hasn’t been a great 2020 yet! -- Got in a fight with the glass shower door," he began...

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See The Gnarly Injuries To Jim Edmonds Face!


In the photo, you can see that Edmonds has a nasty cut above his right eye, that is definitely going to leave a mark!

“It was open when it wasn’t supposed to be,” he added. “In the dark.”

After picking himself up off of the floor, Jim rushed to a local hospital where he was given 12 stitches to fix the massive cut. “Ouch,” he wrote on Instagram, showing a close up of the nasty slice. He added, “Just 12 more stitches for this body.”

MLB Legend Gets 12 Stitches After Losing Fight To Shower Door!


Jim's accident comes on the heels of his recent recovery from the Coronavirus. Edmonds was diagnosed with the virus a few weeks ago and has been quarantined in his St. Louis home.

“I am completely symptom-free now doing really well, so I must have had it for a while before I got tested. Thank god I quarantined myself and listened to what everyone said and kept our curve in our house flattened. I’m doing really good and happy to be symptom-free and feeling great," he posted on Instagram.

You Know That One Hurt!


Jim stressed to his fans that this is not something to take lightly and if you are having symptoms to get tons of rest.

“Do not take this lightly,” he wrote.

He continued, “If you don’t feel good, go to the doctor or go to the emergency room if you can’t breathe. That’s what happened to me, they didn’t want to test me and I forced them to take me into the emergency room and low and behold, pneumonia and the virus. So don’t take it lightly. Take care of yourselves. There’s no medicine, there’s no nothing but rest and that’s all I’ve been doing.”

Now, let's hope he stays away from the emergency room for a while!!

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