Update on knife prank gone bad:Greensboro Grasshoppers’ Stone Garrett out for 8-10 weeks and Josh Naylor suspended without pay

Update on the knife prank involving two Greensboro Grasshoppers baseball players with OF Stone Garrett getting cut on the thumb by his teammate Josh Naylor(1b) and although this was just a prank gone bad, it still turned out to have some bad consequences….Update on what has happened since we first reported this on Monday morning from the South Atlantic League baseball site and today’s update coming in from Jeff Mills with the News and Record….Read full report from Jeff Mills when you CLICK HERE…..

Here is a gist of today’s updated report:
Left fielder Stone Garrett will miss at least the next two months with a lacerated right thumb, and first baseman Josh Naylor has been suspended without pay for accidentally cutting his friend and roommate with a knife.

Garrett needed three sutures to close the cut on his hand. He went on the disabled list Friday and flew to Miami over the weekend.
It looks like he’s going to be out 8-to-10 weeks before he can resume activity and Naylor is suspended for the next week or 10 days. He’s no longer with the club. He’s in extended (spring training) without pay.