»July 30, 1991: Boston relief pitcher Jeff Gray collapses in the clubhouse prior to the Red Sox game with Texas. He becomes lightheaded, his speech slurs, and he suffers weakness in the right side of his body. Diagnosed as suffering from a stroke, Gray will undergo two years of rehab and, in 1994, become a minor league pitching coach. Gray's stroke comes on the 11th anniversary of J.R. Richard's stroke. In the game which follows, the Red Sox Carlos Quintana ties a major league record by driving in six runs in one inning in Boston's 11-6 victory. He strokes a double and a grand slam.