NBC 12 out of Phoenix, Arizona recently had a full report about Hahn’s condition. You can check out the full report below.
UPDATE #1 AT 2:05 AM FEB. 21st
Multiple sources have confirmed to College Baseball Daily that Cory Hahn suffered a C-5 fracture of his spinal cord. For comparison’s sake, former Boston University hockey player Travis Roy suffered a fracture between his C-4 and C-5 vertebrae. The doctors will not know the status of Hahn’s spinal cord until after the swelling goes down from the surgery he underwent on Sunday night. He is expected to spend the next five-ten days in the ICU.
Arizona State freshman outfielder/LHP Cory Hahn suffered a head injury on Sunday. In the first inning of the second game of the day, Hahn went to steal second base sliding head first colliding with the knee of New Mexico second baseman Kyle Stiner which caused him to lay motionless behind second base. He was taken off on a stretcher and taken by ambulance to St. Joseph’s Hospital where he is currently. There has not been an update yet on his condition and once we hear anything, we will post an update here.
Hahn was a highly regarded recruit from Corona, California where he attended Mater Dei High School. He was selected in the 28th round by the San Diego Padres but decided to become a Sun Devil. He hit a monster homerun off of Matt Hobgood as a junior in high school which can be seen below.