Jerry ​Remy, color commentator for Boston Red Sox television broadcasts, continues to make progress since announcing in June that his lung cancer had returned.

Remy was spotted at Boston manager Alex Cora's introductory press conference today. The 64-year-old only has one more treatment left, which will take place tomorrow.

Remy has been undergoing chemotherapy since August.

It's definitely a great sign that his treatment is going according to plans. Baseball fans all over will be pleased to hear the news. Hopefully he'll feel well enough to announce Red Sox games next season. 

Remy was first diagnosed with lung cancer 2008. After playing seven seasons at second base for the Red Sox, including an All-Star appearance in 1978, he joined the New England Sports Network as a color commentator, and next season would mark 30 years in the broadcast booth.

Hope to see you back on the mic soon, RemDawg!