The Atlanta Braves have been hit hard with injuries, but hopefully the latest one with Max Fried going to IL isn't a big deal.

Injuries have plagued the Atlanta Braves for two seasons. Ronald Acuna Jr. missed the club's World Series run,

Mike Soroka has struggled mightily to return to the field after two Achilles injuries, Adam Duvall is out for the rest of 2022 and Ozzie Albies is still out.

And that's not even all the team had to contend with. So it would be understandable if fans

were a little apprehensive about the news that they learned about another of the Braves' stars on Thursday.

Atlanta placed their ace southpaw, Max Fried, on Thursday's seven-day IL (retroactive to Monday, August 8) with a possible concussion suffered in his last start.

Braves: Max Fried's concussion and IL stint shouldn't be a concern just yet In his start against the rival New York Mets,

Fried fell awkwardly on his head while trying to make a play on the ball. He stayed in the game and ended his start after six innings,