Hitting coach Colbrunn back with Red Sox

 

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Boston, MA (SportsNetwork.com) - Boston Red Sox hitting coach Greg Colbrunn was back with the team Monday, less than four weeks after being hospitalized for a brain hemorrhage.

Colbrunn was admitted to a Cleveland hospital on June 4 after experiencing dizziness prior to a game against the Indians. The Red Sox said he suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage, a rupture of a blood vessel surrounding the brain.

He was named hitting coach in November 2012 and served in the position during Boston's run to a World Series title last year.

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