Clement struck by line drive


Sox Doc Reports CT Scan Negative. Clement Never Lost Consciousness and is in Good Spirits.

Red Sox Medical Director Dr. Thomas Gill tonight issued the following statement regarding the condition of Red Sox pitcher Matt Clement.

�I have spoken with Matt and his doctors in Florida,� said Gill. �Matt himself never lost consciousness and is in good spirits. The results of his CAT scan were negative. He appears to be doing well, but will stay in the hospital overnight for precautionary purposes, and will be re-evaluated in the morning.�

Matt Clement struck

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Sox Star 'Conscious and Alert' as
He Was Taken to Hospital

The Nation's Prayers are with Matt Tonight

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