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Bob Uecker Suffers Concussion At Brewers Practice

Legendary Bob Uecker was struck by a baseball on Monday night at a Brewer’s batting practice. He called the game as he normally would, but the team discovered later that he seems to have suffered a mild concussion. As a precaution, the 81-year-old retired American Major League Baseball player was kept in hospital overnight and appears to be on the men.

Uecker is known as a sportscaster, comedian and actor. Since 1971, he has been the play-by-play announcer for the Milwaukee Brewers radio broadcasts and is always known to be a good laugh.

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