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  1. #861
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    Frank Quilici, a longtime member of the Twins organization, died on 5/15 at age 79, 4 days after his birthday.

    Quilici was a utility infielder who played for the Twins from 1965-70. He then became the Minnesota manager after Bill Rigney left during the 1972 season, and held the job through 1975.

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    Roy Wright, a RHP who started and lost 1 game for the New York Giants on 9/30/56, died May 5 at age 84.


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    Don Testerman, the first FB in Seattle Seahawks history, died on 5/8 due to complications from dementia. He was 65.

    Testerman played from 1976-78, with the Redskins in '79, and for the Dolphins in '80. A couple of years later, he attempted a comeback in the USF.

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    Billy Cannon

    The Heisman Trophy at LSU in 1959, Cannon died the morning of 5/19 at age 80.

    Cannon played his 11-year career with first the Oilers, then the Raiders, and ending with Kansas City.

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    The Heisman Trophy winner...typo.

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    Dave Garcia, former manager of the Angels and Indians in the 1978-82 time frame, died 5/22 of natural causes. He was 97.

    Garcia started with the Halos in 1977-78, and then was hired midseason by the Tribe in 1979, staying at their helm through 1982.

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    Unhappy Bill Mallory, Hoosiers FB coach

    Mallory died on 5/25 after injuries suffered from a fall 3 days earlier. He was 82.

    Mallory coached Indiana from 1984-96, and is the winningest football coach in Hoosiers history. This was after head coaching stints at Miami of Ohio, Northern Illinois and Colorado.

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