BREAKING: Hall of Fame MLB Manager Suffers Stroke

Former St. Louis Cardinals manager and Hall of Famer Whitey Herzog is reportedly recovering after suffering a “minor stroke.”

Herzog reportedly suffered the stroke while at a charity golf tournament yesterday. He is now resting and recovering after undergoing treatment and is reportedly doing well.

The 87-year-old was an MLB manager for 18 seasons including 11 in St. Louis. Herzog took the Cardinals to three World Series thanks in part to his “Whitey Ball” style built on speed and defense, winning the title in 1982.

Source: Former Cardinals manager Whitey Herzog has minor stroke | KMOX-AM

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