“I’m just going day by day trying to do a little more,” said Roberts, who first suffered the concussion in September 2010, when he tapped himself on the helmet with a bat after an at-bat. “Just taking it slow and trying to get better every day. That’s about all I can tell you, really.”
He didn’t want to put on a timetable on his recovery or make predictions on when he would be back to 100 percent.
“I’m taking it one day at a time. Seriously, I’m not saying that in a bad way,” Roberts said. “That’s where my life is right now. I feel like that’s the best way to handle it. I can’t look three months from now, and I can’t look three months back. I can take today and I can take this week and I’m very focused on what I’m trying to accomplish and what I’m doing, but that’s really all I can look at at this point.”