MINNEAPOLIS -- Twins outfielder Jason Repko, who was hit in the back of the head by a pitch from the Indians' Justin Masterson on Sunday, is still experiencing concussion-like symptoms, and is unlikely to return this season.
Repko has been bothered by headaches and nausea, and must be cleared by Major League Baseball before he can return to action.
"The past couple days he had a CT and an MRI on his head and they both came back normal, but he's still complaining of concussion symptoms," Twins trainer Rick McWane said. "So, we'll do further testing. He hasn't been ruled out for the rest of the season, but I'd say it's unlikely."