After health scare, Charlie Batch announces he’s close to 100%
After suffering a bacterial infection, last week former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch announced that he is as close to being back to 100% as he can be.
I just wanted to take a moment to say THANK YOU. Thank you to each and every one of you who sent over well wishes and prayers my way. What I went through last week I wouldn't wish that on anyone.
I am now back to being as close to 100% as I can be. This…https://t.co/FPT6BJhRvz
— Charlie Batch (@CharlieBatch16) July 3, 2019
In the post, that was posted on his LinkedIn and Twitter account Wednesday evening, Batch thanked everyone who had sent him well wishes and prayers while he struggled with the illness. He added that he would not wish what he went through on anyone. He concluded the post by saying that he would be relaxing throughout the holiday and would resume normal activities on Monday. He also wished his followers a Happy Fourth of July, and reminded everyone to hydrate.
Last week, after traveling to Mexico City for youth football camps and then to Slippery Rock University and St. Vincent’s College, Batch posted to his LinkedIn page that he had been admitted into the hospital after suffering from a bacterial infection (possibly E. coli) and severe dehydration.
Its been one heck of a week. Started out working youth football camps in Mexico City, then back home at Slippery Rock Univ, then St Vincents College. But by the end of the week I was in the Hosptial for a bacterial infection(possibly Ecoli) along with sev…https://t.co/kBDkcKLxb5
— Charlie Batch (@CharlieBatch16) June 29, 2019
Greg Macafee is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Greg by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .