When they get really bad, even the slightest amount of noise or light is just brutal. You just want to curl up in a ball and die. ... The migraines are something I cope with and deal with. ... I get a few of these a year - about four or five a season. I'm learning how to make it easier to pitch through them. ... I probably shouldn't have pitched that night. I didn't feel right. I never even went back and looked at that game. I knew it was bad. I knew I blew it.Back in May 2006, Bot talked about grinding his teeth at night, also.
October 10, 2007
Bot Suffering From Migraines
Jonathan Papelbon tells the Globe's Jackie MacMullan that on September 14, the day he and Hideki Okajima blew a 7-2 lead to the Yankees, he was suffering from a migraine and had spent much of that day at a local hospital.
by allan at 12:45 PM