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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Former Phillies manager Charlie Manuel leaves ICU and continue progressing later suffered a stroke over the weekend, the team’s television broadcast said Monday night.

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According to Phillies play-by-play announcer Tom McCarthy, Manuel is in good spirits and has been reading supportive text messages and posts on social media. He has also been squeezing the hands of the doctor and his wife Missy.

Manuel suffered a stroke Saturday while undergoing a medical procedure at a Florida hospital, the team said.

On Sunday, the Phillies said Manuel “has made progress over the past 12 hours and his doctors are encouraged,” a day after he had a blood clot removed during the medical procedure.

CBS News Philadelphia Stephanie Stahl spoke with a Main Line Health doctor about his road to stroke recovery.

Manuel, a Phillies legend, won the World Series with the team in 2008 and is the winningest manager in franchise history.

Under Manuel, the Phillies won five consecutive NL East titles between 2007 and 2011. Along with the World Series in 2008, the Phillies won the NL pennant in 2009 before losing to the New York Yankees in the World Series.

Manuel was inducted into the team’s Wall of Fame in 2014. He rejoined the organization that year to work as a senior advisor to the general manager.

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