Veteran Miami Marlins storyteller Felo Ramirez has been discharged from the hospital where he was admitted to Delaware since April 26 and was transferred to a rehabilitation center to receive therapy and continue his recovery.
Ramirez has been the official narrator of the Marlins since 1993, and was exalted to Coopertown in 2001. Jonathan Daniel / Getty Images
Sources close to the Hall of Fame member told local Miami press that the worst has happened to Felo, who will be 94 on June 22.
“It is still too early to know when he will return to Miami, but his improvement is undeniable, which we hope will continue in the coming days,” the sources told El Nuevo Herald.
Ramirez suffered an accident the night of April 26, when he took a false step as he got off the bus at the hotel where the team was staying during a series against the Philadelphia Phillies.
A member of the Hall of Fame since 2001, Cubano has a number of historical audiences in Cooperstown, including Roberto Clemente’s 3,000th hit, Don Larsen’s perfect 1956 World Series play and Hank Aaron’s 715 home run.