*(Via theGrio) – Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker could rejoin his team in time for the start of the MLB Playoffs next week after suffering a stroke in Chicago last week.

Baker suffered the “mini stroke” as he was being released from Northwestern Memorial Hospital where was being treated for an irregular heartbeat last Friday.

“I guess on the way out he was feeling pretty good, he was leaving, and he had some slurred speech,” Reds pitcher Bronson Arroyo said to the Cincinnati Enquirer. “I guess they diagnosed a real minor, slight stroke. They said they see it all the time with that kind of irregular heartbeat.”

Baker, 63, fell ill last Wednesday while the Reds were in Chicago for a three-game series against the Cubs.

According to the Chicago Tribune, he received immediate treatment and the effects of the stroke were minimized and Baker returned to Cincinnati on Sunday where he has made nearly a full recovery.

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