Twins' Parmelee doing OK after getting drilled in helmet

Twins first baseman Chris Parmelee is reportedly doing "OK" after getting hit in the head by a pitch last night in Minnesota's 7-6 loss to Boston.
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Twins first baseman Chris Parmelee is reportedly doing "OK" after getting hit in the head by a pitch last night in Minnesota's 7-6 loss to Boston.

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