Victor Martinez released from hospital

Victor Martinez released from hospital

Victor Martinez released from hospital

Fantasy Impact Martinez had exited Thursday's game with nausea, and then was hospitalized overnight for observation.

The message? Martinez is feeling a lot better and was headed home, where he will stay in the metro Detroit area for further monitoring over the next week.

Detroit Tigers designated hitter Victor Martinez was released from the hospital Saturday after suffering from a rapid heartbeat, dizziness and cold sweats, manager Brad Ausmus told the Detroit Free Press.

Martinez will not accompany the team on their seven-game West Coast trip to Seattle and San Diego, beginning on Monday.

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Miguel Cabrera, who hit a game-winning homer in the ninth inning on Thursday, was the designated hitter Friday against the Rays.

Ausmus previously said this was "more scary than a general baseball injury", per MLB Network Radio. "So in that sense, I think not only is it an eye opener for Vic it's an eye opener for his teammates". He is going on the 10-day disabled list.

Major League Soccer's Clint Dempsey ended his season last September with an irregular heartbeat but returned to participate in World Cup qualifying early this year.

The 38-year-old Martinez is hitting.261 with five homers and 29 RBI on the season.

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