ST. PETERSBURG — Rays Triple-A Durham pitcher Tyler Zombro was released from Duke University Hospital Wednesday, lower than per week after being struck within the face by a line drive and present process mind surgical procedure.
The Rays mentioned Zombro “will remain in Durham and continue with his outpatient occupational and speech therapy,” and that his household will stick with him.
“Steps in the right direction,” Durham supervisor Brady Williams mentioned on his Bulls Radio Network pregame present with Patrick Kinas. “He’s not anyway done with the rehab process and what’s going on. But to tell you he’s doing well.”
Zombro, 26, was hit by a line drive in Durham’s game last Thursday, then “fell face first and started convulsing on the ground,” based on a tweet from Chris Lea of WRAL-TV. Zombro was taken from the sphere on a stretcher.
Zombro’s mother and father instructed the Daily News-Record in Harrisonburg, Va., he had “major brain surgery” just a few hours after the incident. He was moved out of the intensive care unit on Monday.
Zombro set the workforce a photograph with a “Go Bulls” message that was properly obtained, Williams mentioned. “It was great for us to see him. It hasn’t been easy. But he’s a fighter. He’s a stud. And he’s going to get through this.”
Durham gamers and coaches have added a “Z” to their hats in Zombro’s honor, Williams mentioned, and ordered T-shirts with a Z on the again and “Keep going #family” on the entrance. “Looking forward to getting those in and representing him,” Williams mentioned.
The Rays mentioned in an announcement they “extend their gratitude to the doctors, nurses and staff caring for Tyler, and continue to be overwhelmed by the support for his recovery.”
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