Greg Colbrunn, the hitting coach for the Boston Red Sox, remains hospitalized in Cleveland after suffering a stroke before Wednesday night’s game.

Colbrunn, 44, was taken to the Cleveland Clinic after experiencing dizziness and was diagnosed with a “subarachnoid hemorrhage,” according to the team. That is a ruptured brain aneurysm that sends blood into the space around the brain.

Dr. Larry Ronan, the Red Sox medical director, and doctors from the Cleveland Clinic expect Colbrunn to “make a good recovery”, the Red Sox statement said, but he will stay in Cleveland for the next few days for further evaluation.

The game was delayed by rain until 9:33 p.m. and the Indians won 7-4 in 12 innings.