Reds pitcher Aroldis Chapman Instagrammed this photo of the aftermath of his surgery, to treat injuries suffered when he was struck in the face by a line drive on Wednesday night.

He is now a cyborg: The staples are from a 2.5-hour procedure that included implanting a titanium plate to stabilize a fracture above his eye. He's reportedly in high spirits and should be released from the hospital this weekend, and could return to the field in six to eight weeks.