After being hit in the head with a baseball hit by Ino Guerrero on Monday, Josh Beckett was diagnosed with a mild concussion and was sent home. With the uncertainty of how each individual body reacts to a concussion, there was some concern about Beckett and when he could resume normal baseball activities. After only experiencing mild symptoms early on in the week, Beckett was cleared this morning to resume full baseball activities. He was originally slated to start this afternoon’s game against the Philadelphia Phillies, but with the lost practice time and no need to rush, his start will be pushed back. He is scheduled to pitch a simulated 3-inning game tomorrow, and if all goes well, he will make his 2nd Spring start on Tuesday. 1102 days
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