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Rosenberg has a concussion

Lehigh Valley righthander B.J. Rosenberg, who was hit in the head with a line drive in Monday’s 4-2 loss in 11 innings to visiting Pawtucket, has suffered a concussion.

Rosenberg has a concussion

Phillies relief pitcher B.J. Rosenberg. (Michael Perez/AP)
Phillies relief pitcher B.J. Rosenberg. (Michael Perez/AP)

Lehigh Valley righthander B.J. Rosenberg, who was hit in the head with a line drive in Monday’s 4-2 loss in 11 innings to visiting Pawtucket, has suffered a concussion.

A team official said that Rosenberg doesn’t have any side effects and will have further evaluation.

The team also said it should have a better idea in a day or two how much time Rosenberg will miss. 

After the game, Rosenberg said, “I feel fine.”

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He also termed it “nothing serious” but the extent should soon be known.

 

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