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    J.R. Richard, former Astro all-star who was top 5 in Cy Young voting twice, has died at age 71. Richard had a stroke in 1980 in the middle of one of his best seasons, and never fully recovered enough to resume his baseball career.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    J.R. Richard, former Astro all-star who was top 5 in Cy Young voting twice, has died at age 71. Richard had a stroke in 1980 in the middle of one of his best seasons, and never fully recovered enough to resume his baseball career.
    Died of COVID. What a loss.
    "Jesus said to them, 'Truly I tell you, the tax collectors and the prostitutes are going into the kingdom of God ahead of you.'"

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    Rafael Carmona, a reliever who pitched for 4 seasons with the Mariners from 1995 to 1999, died at age 48. RIP.


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    Bill Freehan, a longtime catcher for the Detroit Tigers and borderline Hall of Famer, died at age 79. RIP.


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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    Bill Freehan, a longtime catcher for the Detroit Tigers and borderline Hall of Famer, died at age 79. RIP.
    As a long time Tiger fan that sadden me. He had numerous concussions which probably lead to his Alzheimer's disease. Best catcher the Tigers ever had. 11 times all-star. May he RIP.

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    Ray Fosse, a longtime catcher for the Oakland A’s and then their longtime broadcaster, died of cancer at age 74. RIP.


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    Quote Originally Posted by revo View Post
    Ray Fosse, a longtime catcher for the Oakland A’s and then their longtime broadcaster, died of cancer at age 74. RIP.
    Does Pete Rose have an alibi?

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