Reds’ Manager Suffers Mini-Stroke reports that Dusty Baker, Manager of the Cincinnati Reds, suffered a mini-stroke last Friday, but is expected to make a full recovery and possibly return to manage by the St. Louis series starting Monday, the Reds said Tuesday.

The 63-year-old Baker returned to Cincinnati on Sunday and his condition has improved dramatically, the Reds said in a statement. Baker’s Cincinnati neurologist, Dr. Joseph Broderick, and cardiologists Dr. Dean Kereiakes and Dr. Daniel Beyerback expect Mr. Baker to make a full recovery, the team said.

Dr. Broderick is Chair of the Department of Neurology at UC and Research Director of the UC Neuroscience Institute. Read more >>

Andrew Ringer, MD, Professor of Neurosurgery with the UC Comprehensive Stroke Center, discusses stroke with Bill Cunningham on 700WLW. Listen to the Podcast >>

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