Hunter Dozier and Jose Abreu both day-to-day following violent collision

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(670 The Score) Royals third baseman Hunter Dozier and White Sox star first baseman Jose Abreu are both day-to-day after leaving Friday afternoon's game following a scary collision.

Dozier suffered a quad contusion and was experiencing neck discomfort, while Abreu suffered a facial contusion, facial laceration, and bruised left knee when Dozier ran into Abreu while running out an infield pop-up. The initial assessment for a concussion for Abreu was negative, the team said.

For Dozier, the collision is another setback in a season in which he's already started slowly, hitting .140/.203/.342 with five home runs in 32 games.

The reigning American League MVP, Abreu entered the day hitting .240 with seven homers, 31 RBIs and a .793 OPS in 35 games.