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  1. #871
    Longtime St. Louis Cardinal Red Schoendienst passed away on June 6

    http://www.stltoday.com/sports/baseb...0fc89b206.html

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    Unhappy Larry Owen

    A back-up catcher for the Braves and Royals in 6 seasons between 1981-88, Owen died 6/6 at age 63.

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    Johnny "Pie" McKenzie, a goal scorer in both the NHL and WHA, died Saturday after a long illness. He was 80.

    McKenzie helped the Bruins to Stanley Cups in 1970 and 1972. He also played for Chicago, Detroit and the Rangers in the NHl, leaving the league after his second Cup to play for 5 teams in the WHA, most notably the New England Whalers.

    Dave Miedema

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    Unhappy Steve Kline

    A RHP during the Yankees semi-lean years in the early 1970s, Kline died on 6/4 at age 70.

    Kline hurled for the Yanks from 1970 into 1974. He joined the Indians later that season, did not play in MLB in 1975-76, and briefly had a comeback with Atlanta in '77.

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    Keith Fahnhorst, an OT with the 49ers from 1974-87, died this week based on kidney failure issues. He was 66.

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    Ed Roebuck, a quality reliever for 11 seasons with the Dodgers, Senators and Phillies and a winner, died on 6/14 at age 86.

    Roebuck was on 2 World Series winners (1955 and 1959 Dodgers), contributed to a third World Championship (1963 Dodgers, traded to Washington mid-season), as well as the near-miss 1964 Phillies.

    Roebuck appeared in 460 games in his career...459 of those were in relief.

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    Sonia Scurfield, owner/co-owner of the Calgary Flames from 1980-94, died on 6/14 at age 89.

    She and her husband, Ralph, bought the Flames and moved them from Atlanta to Calgary. Her husband died in an accident in 1985, and she owned the team by herself until she sold it in 1994.

    The Flames won the Stanley Cup under her ownership in 1989, and she is the only Canadian woman to have her name engraved on the Stanley Cup.

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    Unhappy Dutch Rennert

    An umpire for 20 seasons in the NL (1973-92), Rennert died on 6/18 just 6 days after his 88th birthday.

    Dave Miedema

 

 

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