Philley spent the equivalent of about two seasons with the Orioles, hitting .267 with nine home runs and 86 RBi in 228 games. He spent all of 1961 with the team and was one of their best players off the bench.

Dave Philley, a switch-hitting outfielder who still holds the major league record for most consecutive pinch hits, died Thursday in his hometown of Paris at the age of 91.

Reportedly, he was found slumped over the steering wheel of his vehicle at his ranch.

Services are pending at Fry-Gibbs Funeral Home in Paris.
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Reliever Mickey Scott began his five-year career as an Oriole, posting a 2.74 ERA in his first season with the team.

On Sunday at about noon, Mickey Scott called his mom, Irmy, in Newburgh to tell her he was going outside to rake leaves. It was the last time Mickey Scott would talk to anyone in his tight-knit family.

Scott, believed to be the first mid-Hudson high school baseball player ever drafted, died outside his home on Sunday in Binghamton. He was 64.
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Jim McDonald actually died in 2004, though no one knew about his passing until relatively recently. He spent 1955 with the Orioles, winning three games.