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If, like Stephen Drew, you’ve never had a concussion before, it can be a really scary thing.
Drew admits he barely even knew what the symptoms of a concussion were before being struck in the head with a pitch this spring. After a couple days he expected the worst to go away, but when problems lingered he began to wonder what was going on.
Luckily, after seeing improving symptoms and undergoing a battery of tests from brain injury experts, Drew has been cleared to resume baseball activities, and on Friday went through workouts with his teammates. Nonetheless, the Red Sox still have some decisions to make about Opening Day throughout their lineup, so check out the video above to see NESN Daily‘s report on the state of Boston baseball.