Former Los Angeles Dodgers slugger Pedro Guerrero is in critical condition after suffering a brain haemorrhage in the last few hours.
According to reports, the 60-year-old man, hospitalized in the Dominican Republic, would be in a state of brain death.
Guerrero has played 15 seasons in major baseball and played the colors of the Dodgers from 1978 to 1988. He boasts an average of 300, 215 and 898 points produced. The one who took part in 1536 career games won a Silver Stick and received five invitations for the All-Star Game.
The outfielder and front-field player also played with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Though his situation now sounds dire, here’s hoping for the best for one of baseball’s truly unique talents.