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"Hey Jennie, how's your arm from pitching for 5 hours?" I asked. "I'm kinda sore but I think I'll be fine," Jennie responded. "Just remember, ice it whenever you can so you don't do permanent damage to your arm," Kris stated. Stacey finally said after 10 minutes of talking, "Alright Jennie, let's start playing catch."
"OWW!" Jennie screamed. "What happened, Jennie?" Kris and I asked in shock. "My arm! It's in so much pain!" Jennie yelled. "Do we need an ambulance?" Stacey asked. "No, please not an ambulance!" Jennie spoke loudly. "If I got an ambulance I would get in trouble. My mother told me not to pitch today since my arm was sore.""I'm calling an ambulance," Kris said.
"I'm sorry Jennie," Kris said, "I had to call the ambulance." "My mother's gonna be so disappointed with me," Jennie said while crying. Stacey and I said, "Everything is going to be okay. Don't worry." "OW careful!" Jennie yells as the paramedics try to put her arm in a splint. "Kris will ride with you in the ambulance to the hospital, Stacey will come with me," I said to Jennie.
"I want Laken and Stacey to be here," Jennie spoke hopelessly. "I should've listened to my mother about letting my arm rest and not practicing today." "Everything is going to be okay. Practice makes perfect," Kris said trying to make Jennie happier.
"Sorry it took so long, we got stuck in traffic," I said as we rushed into the hospital room. "Jennie just fell asleep right before you ladies got here," the nurse and Kris said as we walked in. "Is she going to be okay?" Stacey asked the doctor politely. "We need her this weekend for our softball games." "She said she was feeling a little better. She will be okay but I don't know if she'll be okay enough to play softball this weekend," the nurse spoke kindly.
"Hey Laken and Stacey, I missed you guys so much," Jennie said. "We missed you too," I said. "How are you feeling?" "I'm feeling better, I can't wait to get back on the field!" She exclaimed. "Wait, you are gonna have to rest it before playing again," Kris spoke seriously. "Yeah, we need our #1 pitcher back and well," Stacey said happily.
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