Yordan Alvarez had health issues in the game against the Braves. Namely, at one point he felt short of breath, and he didn't feel very well. Alvarez immediately left the match and headed to the hospital for further tests.
It turned out that the doctors did not find a reason for it. However, they will continue to go for tests in order to determine with 100% certainty what it is about. Manager Dusty Baker emphasized that Alvarez is better, but they still don't want to leave anything to chance and will continue to watch him.
“Yordan is better,” Baker said. “We’ve still got to watch him. He’s under what’s similar to a concussion protocol, where you’ve got to watch him. You don’t want him to maybe fall out."
He confirmed that the doctors did not find anything. However, this does not change the fact that there may be potential problems. “[The doctors] couldn’t find anything, but that doesn’t mean that nothing’s wrong,” manager Dusty Baker added. “So, we’re going to just wait today and then see how he is tomorrow.
He’ll (Yordan Alvarez) probably DH tomorrow if he’s feeling all right”.
Dusty Baker after the match: It was kind of a scary moment
Let's recall Baker's statement after the match in which Avarez had to leave the game early: “Yordan Alvarez had shortness of breath,” Baker said in his postgame press conference Friday.
“Then when they shot the fireworks off, the smoke made it worse. I’m glad we got him out when we did because I looked up, and he was in the dugout. It was kind of a scary moment because it could be anything. They said that he’s doing fine at the moment”.
We hope that the situation regarding Yordan Alvarez will go well and that he will not have any problems in the future.