Ken Lehman, a former major-league pitcher and University of Washington baseball coach, died Dec. 4 at the age of 82.

Tommy Lasorda, a former teammate of Lehman and a Hall of Fame manager, said Lehman was a special man.

"He was a tremendous guy that knew how to pitch in the big leagues," Lasorda said. "A typical Dodger player; hard-nosed, and when he was on that mound, he was tough. Outstanding guy. I was shocked when I heard about his death."
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