The outfielder Leonys Martín is sent home on Sunday after spending more than a week at the Cleveland Clinic for a life-threatening bacterial infection that compromised the function of multiple internal organs. 19659003] This is undoubtedly great news – Indian President Chris Antonetti described it as "nothing short of amazing" – it seems Martín may still be a long way from returning to baseball:
Antonetti said Martin wanted to return to playing baseball but there is no firm plan. Martin will conduct a series of medical examinations this week to monitor his recovery process.
"It's important to remember that we do not know," said Antonetti. "We are in unknown waters, and there is no precedent to look back on and say," What does a return to activity look like? "It will be a lot of day by day."
Doctors in the clinic have the specific ones Bacteria allegedly has not yet defined the devastated Martíns system, but is apparently confident that the next stages of his recovery can be dealt with from home:
"If you had not known that something had gone wrong, you would not have known anything else, "said Antonetti. "He could walk up and down the hall a little bit and he gets better every day, he still has some advances to make to regain his health, but it was a really encouraging week."