Per Ken Gurnick:
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- As if to ease the fears of an entire organization, Sandy Koufax walked into the Dodgers clubhouse after practice Friday.
With sandwich in hand, he was upright, smiling and looking, well, like Sandy Koufax.
"I'm fine," Koufax said, about an hour after being struck on the forehead by an Andre Ethier line drive during batting practice.
After going for a precautionary CT scan to rule out internal bleeding, Koufax returned to Camelback Ranch and assured reporters that he was healthy.
Koufax was watching prospect Ross Stripling warm up and not looking at the batter when Ethier sprayed a liner that struck the iconic left-hander on the left side of his forehead, knocking off his Dodgers cap.
Was Ethier worried?
"Wouldn't you be?" he said. "Not just because of who he is, but anybody who gets hit. It's scary. I've seen it happen."