San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy spent Thursday night in the hospital after undergoing a heart procedure to have two stents inserted. He was released from the hospital on Friday and will rejoin the team Sunday. 

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Bochy Released from Hospital

Friday, Feb. 20

Chris Haft of reported Bochy has been released from the hospital:

Giants manager Bruce Bochy was released Friday from the hospital where he underwent a procedure to relieve heart trouble and said in a text message that he’ll rejoin the club Sunday.

Bochy Undergoes Procedure on Heart

Thursday, Feb. 19

The Giants announced the news in a statement:

On Friday, Bochy’s son Brett talked about how his dad was feeling, per Alex Pavlovic of CSN Bay Area:

Andrew Baggarly of Comcast SportsNet Bay Area touched base with Bochy on Thursday:

Bochy has compiled a 667-629 (.515) record in eight seasons with the Giants, winning the World Series in 2010, 2012 and 2014. With an astounding run of success over the past five years, he has garnered buzz as a potential future Hall of Fame selection.

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