Neurologist optimistic about Travis Snider's return to play
Jays' outfielder Travis Snider was examined on Tuesday by Dr. Morton Hyson, a Las Vegas neurologist. Results of a brain-wave test and MRI will be available on Wednesday, but Snider reported symptom free in terms of a possible concussion and the doctor stated he was optimistic Snider would be back on the field soon.
Snider, who was optioned to Triple-A at the end of April, was hit on the helmet in a game against Tucson last Friday. He stayed in the game for another at-bat then left with dizziness. He has had no baseball activity since. He was hitting .184 with one homer and 12 RBIs with the Jays at the time he was assigned to Las Vegas.