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    Unhappy Re: Recent Deaths in the Sports World

    Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, a Hawaiian-born DE who starred at University of Washington and played 4 season in the NFL, died 10/30 at age 30. Cause of death has not yet been announced.

    Te'o-Nesheim set a school record (since broken) with 30 career sacks while playing for the Huskies. He was drafted by the Eagles in 2010, then played in 2011-13 with the Bucs.

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    Al Richter, who played in six games over two seasons (1951-1953) for the Boston Red Sox, died on October 29th at the age of 90

    https://www.baseball-reference.com/p...ichtal01.shtml

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    Gene Verble, who played in 81 games for the Senators in 1951 & 1953 died Nov. 4, at the age of 89:

    https://www.baseball-reference.com/p...erblge01.shtml

    Rick Stelmaszek, who played in 108 games in the majors from 1971-74 and later spent 32 seasons as a coach for he Twins, died yesterday at the age of 69. He had the third-longest coaching tenure of anyone in major league history:

    https://www.baseball-reference.com/p...telmri01.shtml

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    Re: Recent Deaths in the Sports World

    Former Blue Jays/Phillies pitcher, Roy Halladay, sadly lost his life in a tragic plane crash today in the Gulf of Mexico. He was 40 years old. Was really looking forward to his induction to the HOF in 2019, and sadly he will not be there. Sad day for all of baseball.

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    Re: Recent Deaths in the Sports World

    Bob Talbot, an outfielder who played in 122 games for the 1953 & 1954 Chicago Cubs, died on October 31 at the age of 90:

    https://www.baseball-reference.com/p...albobo01.shtml

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    Rick Stelmaszek, a backup catcher and later a coach for over 20 years with the Twins, died 11/6 at age 69.

    Stelmaszek spent portions of the 1971, '73 and '74 seasons with the Senators/Rangers. Angels and Cubs.

    His coaching stint with the Twins was the longest in team history and the third longest in MLB history.

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    Joe Fortunato, an OLB for the Bears for 12 seasons, died on 11/6 at age 87. Cause of death was not announced.

    Fortunato played for the Bears from 1955-66, and was part of the 1963 NFL Championship team. He was selected All-Pro 3 times, and played in 5 Pro Bowls.

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    Re: Recent Deaths in the Sports World

    Don Prince, who pitched in one game for the 1962 Chicago Cubs, died on 11/08 at the age of 79:

    https://www.baseball-reference.com/p...rincdo01.shtml

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    Re: Recent Deaths in the Sports World

    Rance Pless, 91, an infielder who played in 48 games for the Kansas City Athletics in 1956 passed away Saturday:

    https://www.baseball-reference.com/p...lessra01.shtml

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    Re: Recent Deaths in the Sports World

    Bobby Doerr, the oldest living HOFer and player at the time of his death, died Monday at the age of 99. At the time of his death, the former Red Sox great was the last player to play against Lou Gehrig.

 

 

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