Buckley sees bright side in Westmoreland's retirement
Wed, 6 Mar 2013|
'He's going to live,' after undergoing separate surgeries for cavernous brain malformation
Retiring today. And I I height and I was really bummed out and I don't know the kid. And we've barely song but. You know he didn't have a shot -- -- that to go ahead and have -- -- -- brain injury in them. Multiple -- it's just awful I mean they know he's probably should be that we it's you know it's cliche to say. He should be happy that he's alive but -- gets a damn close it is right on the doorstep at a time when the Red Sox need players and then this happens and now it's over it's a shame it. Biggest fan he would say that they're happy he's alive he's going to live productive life eat if you choose to separate that discusses that. As of Monday is usually does of the roster because as a baseball dream dream fulfilled. Some a couple weeks ago and one of the back field just walking around with some people. And I don't think any media person and I know in the last year said all he's done he's never going to play. Because who -- with anybody to battle between Peter Brady's though when DC player was LS if you talk to him. He's going to come back and play in the city league and partly to something next year. And I believe that he believes that and I believe that Ryan Westmoreland up into the point you retire I believe that. So anyone who would have said that prior to that would have been wrong so good for him he's got is. His health. He's gonna move forward and he's gonna disassociate himself from his brain that's the bad part but I still look back the beginning he's going to live.