Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda, 80, returns to AT&T Park for first time since stroke

- For the first time since he suffered a stroke and head injuries five months ago, San Francisco Giants legend Orlando Cepeda returned to AT&T Park. 

The Bay Area News Group captured a photo of the Hall of Famer with his son in a suite at the ballpark on Thursday.

Cepeda talked to a small group of reporters about his recovery since falling at his gym's parking lot in Fairfield.

 According to reports, the 80-year-old was in a medically induced coma for several days after the accident but is now recovering well.

Nicknamed the Baby Bull, Cepeda played 17 MLB  seasons for six teams and made seven all-star appearances.
 

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