Yankees instructor hit in head with batted ball 'looks a lot worse than he is'

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Yankees instructor hit in head with batted ball 'looks a lot worse than he is'
Yankees instructor hit in head with batted ball 'looks a lot worse than he is'

TAMPA, Fla. — Yankees spring training instructor Lee Mazzilli, who was hit in the head with a ball during batting practice Wednesday and then hospitalized, is feeling “pretty good,” fellow instructor Ron Guidry said. A ball struck Mazzilli, 63, near his right temple and eye. Guidry visited with Mazzilli at Mazzilli's apartment here Friday night, not long after he was released from the hospital. “He's pretty good,” Guidry said in the clubhouse at George M. Steinbrenner Field on Saturday. “His swelling is down." Guidry added, “Of course, he has a black eye. That's only due to the recuperation process. All of that blood is going to have to dry before it goes away. So he looks a lot worse than he

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