John Kruk falls ill at Dodger Stadium
LOS ANGELES -- ESPN analyst John Kruk left the television booth at Dodger Stadium after becoming dehydrated.
Kruk, who is in Los Angeles for Sunday night's game between the Red Sox and Dodgers, was treated at the stadium. His vital signs were stable and he has been told by doctors that he is clear to return to the hotel. He has been advised to get some rest, and drink plenty of fluids.
ESPN spokesman Josh Krulewitz says the 52-year-old Kruk was feeling dizzy before being diagnosed with dehydration. Krulewitz says: "His vital signs are stable and he's in good spirits. We wish him a speedy recovery."
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.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
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