There was no official announcement on Danley's injury, but he told the New York Daily News that he suffered a broken finger.
Danley was tended to briefly on the field before leaving. Lance Barrett took over for Danley behind the plate after a delay of just less than 13 minutes.
This marked the sixth time -- and second this year -- that Danley has had to leave a game because of injury.
In 2008, Danley was knocked unconscious when a fastball from the Dodgers' Brad Penny eluded catcher Russell Martin and hit him in the jaw. He left a 2009 game when struck in the head by a piece of a broken bat, suffered a concussion in 2013, left after being hit by a foul ball in 2015 and was struck in the mask by a foul ball during a Royals-Dodgers game this season on July 9.
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