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    Unhappy Re: Recent Deaths in the Sports World

    Bob Perry, an OF on the 1963-64 Los Angeles Angels, died July 2. He was 82.

    Perry had one baseball card appearance; a 1964 Topps card.

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    John Kundla, the coach of the Minneapolis Lakers in the early days of the NBA, died 7/23 at age 101.

    Kundla coached the Lakers to 6 league titles in his stint in Minneapolis: 4 (including 3 straight) in the NBA, 1 in the BAA and 1 in the ABL. Only Phil Jackson and Red Auerbach have also coached NBA three-peats.

    After leaving the NBA, he also coached the Big 10 Gophers.

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    Three time All Star, First Baseman Lee May passed away at the age of 74 last evening.....In 18 seasons, May slugged 354 Home Runs with 1244 RBI's, primarily with the Reds, Orioles & Astros.....

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    Ara Parseghian, longtime Notre Dame FB coach, died yesterday at age 94.

    Parseghian coached the Fighting Irish for 11 years, winning 2 National Championships. He also coached before that at Northwestern.

    He also played for two seasons with the Cleveland Browns, and was inducted into the College Football HOF in 1980.

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    John Reaves, a QB from the University of Florida who went on to a 16-year pro career, died at age 67. He was found dead in his home, and no cause of death has been announced.

    Reaves was drafted by the Eagles, and, over the course of his NFL career, played with them as well as the Buccaneers, Bengals, Vikings, and Oilers. He also spent time with the Tampa Bay Bandits of the USFL.

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    We lost 2 today:

    1979 AL MVP Don Baylor passed away -
    http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/2...ls-dies-age-68

    Former Phillies backstop Darren Daulton passed away as well. - http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/2...atcher-dies-55
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    Ken Kaiser, an American League umpire from 1977-99, died August 8th at the age of 72

    http://mlb.nbcsports.com/2017/08/09/...ies-at-age-72/

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    Bryan Murray, a longtime GM and coach in the NHL, died Saturday after a battle with colon cancer. He was 74.

    After the Washington Capitals missed the playoffs their first 8 seasons, Murray took over the head coaching rains and brought them to the postseason in 7 of his 8 seasons there. He also was GM of the Ottawa Senators when they made it to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2006.

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    Longtime Arkansas Razorbacks FB coach Frank Broyles died at age 92 on 8/14, due to complications from Alzheimer's Disease.

    Broyles coached the Razorbacks from 1958-76. During that time, he won 7 Southwest Conference Titles, and finished in the top 10 in the AP rankings 9 times. He also served as the Arkansas AD from 1974-2007.

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    Baseball Almanac has reported that former MLB catcher Paul Casanova died on August 12 at age 75.

    Casanova played for the expansion Senators and the Braves from 1965-74. He was the catcher in the only 2 games of over 20 innings length that the expansion Senators played in during their history (1961-71): 1967 (22 innings) and 1971 (21 innings).

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