“I don’t know 100 percent sure, but it was Monday night. In frustration [after a strikeout], I whacked myself on the head with my bat in the ninth. I had my helmet on,” Roberts said. “It’s something I’ve done a million times, but I still can’t tell you for sure if that was it. But that’s the only thing that I can point to because that night and the next morning, I just didn’t feel good. So it’s been going on since then.”
“I’ve never had concussionlike symptoms in my life; it’s not fun. It’s not something you want to go through every day, that’s for sure,” he said. “It’s a lesson to myself, a lesson to the kids to not do that, no matter how frustrated you are.”
And before anybody asks, no, this is not something fromThe Onion.