SURPRISE, Ariz. — San Francisco Giants coach Jose Alguacil needed surgery to repair a broken nose after being hit by a foul ball during a spring training game.

Alguacil was hit in the face Saturday and fell to the ground. He was sitting in a folding chair outside the dugout, and manager Bruce Bochy said the Giants’ new first base coach said he felt fine after the accident.

The Giants say Alguacil had surgery to address the nose and a “deep laceration.” He also has small fractures in his eye socket.

Alguacil was struck when Kansas City’s Hunter Dozier checked his swing in the eighth inning and fouled it back. After being assisted by trainers, Alguacil got into a cart and was driven from the field. He was holding a towel to his head and there was blood in the spot where he fell.

The injury occurred at Surprise Stadium outside Phoenix. Alguacil was airlifted to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix.

Alguacil managed the Giants’ Triple-A affiliate in Sacramento last season. Bochy was sitting next to Alguacil when the play happened.

“It was so quick, I barely saw it,” Bochy said. “He said he felt fine, got up and got in the golf cart.”

All-Empire: Badminton

GIRLS

Player of the Year

Grace Kouch, sr., Montgomery

First Team

Karah Bengs, jr., Analy

Karen Cai, jr., Montgomery

Jada Garcia, jr., Montgomery

Amanda Hernandez, sr., Piner

Lauren Lau, sr., Piner

Selina Medrano, sr., Casa Grande

Emily Staten, soph., Santa Rosa

Jenny Tran, jr., Analy

Rajan Uppal, jr., Montgomery

Second Team

Jamilette Arango, jr., Elsie Allen

Leslie Bradley, jr., Elsie Allen

Rosa Colin, sr., Casa Grande

Jessica Cortez, jr., Piner

Natalie Covarrubias, soph., Casa Grande

Tiffany Liang, jr., Maria Carrillo

Anahy Madrigal, sr., Montgomery

Kayla Poulsen, soph., Piner

Samveda Rukmangadhan, fr., Casa Grande

Coach of the Year

Brett Williams, Santa Rosa