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What happened to Julio Urias' eye as Dodgers celebrate Giants defeat?

Amber Peake October 15, 2021
What happened to Julio Urias' eye as Dodgers celebrate Giants defeat?
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Los Angeles Dodgers beat long-time rivals the San Francisco Giants 2-1 last night. In snaps showing Julio Urias and his Dodgers teammates celebrating, fans are curious to know what happened to Julio Urias’ eye.

Julio Urias and Dodgers teammates celebrate victory against the Giants

On Thursday night (14 October) the Los Angeles Dodgers won 2-1 against long-time rivals the San Francisco Giants.

Following the game, the Dodgers celebrated their victory with a champagne-spraying party and the official Twitter account for the team posted moments online:

As Julio Urias was pictured celebrating the Dodgers’ win alongside his teammates, some fans were curious to know what happened to his eye.

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What happened to Julio Urias’ eye?

Julio Urias’ left eye is partially closed as a result of multiple surgeries as a child to address a benign tumour.

In an interview with the Los Angeles Times in 2015, Urias admitted he still has vision in his left eye despite it appearing closed. In the same year, Urias underwent cosmetic surgery on his eye, which according to ESPN, was also related to a benign mass.

The player has become known to baseball fans for wearing white-rimmed glasses, which feature specialist curved lenses to allow Urias to see better when pitching.

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Julio Urias’ career explored

Julio Urias made his professional baseball debut in 2013, aged 16, as part of the minor league team Great Lakes Loons.

At that age, he also signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers, although he didn’t make his major league debut with the team until 2016.

Urias has been with the team in the MLB for six seasons, known for his left-handed pitching.

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Amber is an entertainment journalist with a love for anything showbiz, celeb or reality TV. After graduating with a degree in Journalism at Brunel University she became a Showbiz Reporter at Having written for both HITC and The Focus, Amber is now a staff writer for The Focus covering the latest celeb and entertainment trends.