St. Louis (KSDK) - When the Cardinals played the Cincinnati Reds at Busch Stadium this week, everyone was looking at the Cincinnati dugout with a glare in their eye, hoping we could knock them out and clinch a wildcard spot.
If you looked a little harder, you might have noticed Cincinnati Reds Manager Dusty Baker back in the dugout. He came back Monday in St Louis for the first time after missing 11 games.
Baker was leaving the hospital when he suffered what is known as a mini stroke.
So what exactly is that and what are the symptoms?
Jennifer Koehne, R.N. is the stroke nurse coordinator at St. Louis University Hospital was on First @ 4 to talk about signs to look out for.
Click the video player above to hear what she had to say.