Texas Tech Pitcher Brady Trombello Released from Hospital

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In a positive update from Texas Tech Athletics, freshman pitcher Brady Trombello was released from University Medical Center after suffering a head injury due to a batted ball.

The update mentions that Trombello has now been transferred to a local rehab facility, where he is expected to recover fully.

 

“Texas Tech Athletics is pleased to share that Brady Trombello was released from University Medical Center this week after suffering a head injury nearly two weeks ago from a batted ball. Brady has been transferred to a local rehab facility where he is expected to make a full recovery,” the statement reads.

“Texas Tech Athletics would like to thank its sports medicine staff, the coaching staff, the paramedics, doctors and nurses who aided in providing emergency assistance in the moments following Brady’s injury as well as in his recovery from surgery. While his recovery continues, Brady has remained positive and is actively walking and talking with his friends and family. In the immediate aftermath of his injury, Texas Tech arranged transportation for Brady’s parents to be be his side from their home state of Washington.”

“Since his injury, Brady has received countless visits from his teammates as well as Coach Tadlock and his staff. Even though he will not take the mound for the Red Raiders again this season, Brady will remain an active member of our baseball program and part of the success of the team. He has the full support of this baseball program and our entire athletics department as he continues his recovery.”

Despite Strombello not suiting up for Texas Tech during the remainder of the season, his storyline will be one to follow in his journey toward a full recovery.