Gammons to return to work
BOSTON -- ESPN baseball analyst Peter Gammons will file reports from the Minnesota Twins game in Boston on Wednesday night, returning to work three months after a brain aneurysm.
Future appearances will be scheduled as he is comfortable. "We'll see how it goes," he said at Fenway Park before the series opener on Tuesday.
A member of the writers' wing of the Hall of Fame, the 61-year-old Gammons was stricken while driving near his Cape Cod home on June 27 and was airlifted to a Boston hospital. He was released from the hospital July 17.
He attended at least one Cape Cod League baseball game and was the guest of Red Sox owner John Henry for a game between the Red Sox and Yankees in August, visiting both clubhouses beforehand.
Copyright 2006 by The Associated Press
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