ESPN analyst John Kruk, suffering from dehydration, had to leave the television booth at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles Sunday.
Kruk was working during the Red Sox and Dodgers game, but he had to be taken away from the press box on a stretcher due to dehydration, The Boston Globe reported.
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Kruk, 52, was feeling dizzy and was diagnosed with dehydration, ESPN spokesman Josh Krulewitz told The Associated Press.
"His vital signs are stable and he's in good spirits. We wish him a speedy recovery,” Krulewitz said.
Kruk played 10 years in the majors with San Diego, Philadelphia, and the Chicago White Sox. The three-time All-Star hit .300 with 100 homers and 592 RBIs. He's been with ESPN since 2004.
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