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  1. #571
    Quote Originally Posted by bcommerce View Post
    Marvin Miller Passed at age 95
    Hector "Macho" Camacho Passed at age 50

    these were in the last few weeks.
    Marvin Miller was really the first man to tireless fight for the players human rights in the game of baseball. Most owners hated him for what he did to better the monetary rights of players to earn a better living. RIP, Marvin; you should have already been in the HOF!

  2. #572
    Not sports related but former Dallas star Larry Hagman aka J.R. Ewing has passed away.
    Drug and smoke free trading.

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  3. #573
    Frank Pastore was a baseball player from 1979-1986. Died on 12-18-2012 he was 55 years old. He was a very good TTMer and will be missed. RIP Mr Pastore

  4. #574
    Ryan Freel died on the 22nd
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    Scott Spiezio, Kelly Dransfeldt, Billy Petrick, Zack Petrick,
    Jacob Goebbert, Jeff Query, & Dez Clark... Chicago Cubs, Bears, & Blackhawks

  5. #575
    Michigan legend and college football hall of famer Pete Elliott passed away on 1/4. He was 86 years old

  6. #576
    Former Padres shortstop Enzo Hernandez found dead at age 63!

  7. #577
    Earl Weaver, HOF Manager for the Orioles passed away on the 18th

  8. #578
    Stan Musial
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    : St.Louis Blues, Keith Tkachuk, vintage cards, and GU/autos of vintage players
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  9. #579
    Quote Originally Posted by cool-vintage View Post
    Stan Musial
    This one is tough.

  10. #580
    Stan Musial -- the Hall of Fame outfielder who played for the St. Louis Cardinals for 22 seasons -- passed away today. He was 92.

    The Cardinals announced Musial's passing in a press release. He died Saturday evening at his home in Ladue, Mo., surrounded by family.

    Musial won seven National League batting titles, three MVP awards and led the Cardinals to three World Series championships in the 1940s.

    Musial was a .331 career hitter with 3,630 career hits, 475 home runs, and 1,951 career runs batted in.
    Wanting Jerry West & Former Tar Heels

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