Home plate umpire Gary Cederstrom was hit by a pair of pitches from Texas starter Scott Feldman on Saturday night, but didn't appear to be seriously hurt by either one.
Cederstrom was hit on the bottom of his face mask and his chest protector on a change-up by Feldman in the second inning.
It appeared Rangers catcher Matt Treanor didn't expect the pitch and never got his glove up in time.
Cederstrom was laughing immediately after the play as a Milwaukee Brewers trainer briefly checked on him.
The next inning, Treanor missed a ball in the dirt and it hit Cederstrom square in stomach, doubling him over.
The 16-year veteran and crew chief was smiling again with Treanor apparently apologizing a second time.
Jeter ties Henderson. In the bottom of the first inning in the game between the New York Yankees and the Houston Astros, Derek Jeter sent a 2-0 pitch from Wandy Rodriguez (3-9) into the Houston bullpen for his 24th career leadoff homer, tying Hall of Famer Rickey Henderson for the franchise record.
"We don't really think too much about our place in history while we're playing," Jeter said.
"If you play long enough and you're consistent enough, good things are going to happen."
Jeter has 232 career home runs.