Gammons back to work

GammonsESPN baseball commentator Peter Gammons popped up on the network's website tonight for the first time since suffering a near-fatal brain aneurysm on Cape Cod in June. He is scheduled to return to the air from Fenway Park on the 3 pm Wednesday edition of "SportsCenter" and the 4 pm edition of "Baseball Tonight." He will only work part-time for the foreseeable future. He spreads around a lot of thanks, including for notes from President Bush and John Kerry and daily calls from White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen. The Angels' Darin Erstad comes up too.

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