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  • Former Senators players Bobo Osborne, Reno Bertoia and Fred Sanford pass away

    San Francisco Giants senior scouting consultant
    Bo Osborne died Friday, April 15, at the age of 75,
    according to The Sports Network. He had been
    a scout for the team for the last 19 years and had
    been in baseball for 58 years.

    Osborne played for the Detroit Tigers
    and Washington Senators from 1957 to 1963,
    hitting .206 with 17 home runs and 86 RBIs over
    359 career games. KFFL sends our condolences
    to relatives and friends.
    http://groups.google.com/group/alt.o...786d7e2a480276

    WINDSOR, Ont. -- Reno Bertoia, a Windsor baseball legend and former member of the Detroit Tigers, died Friday morning at Windsor Regional hospital..

    A member of three different halls of fame, Bertoia was diagnosed with lymphoma in February.
    Read more:

    http://www.windsorstar.com/sports/Fo...#ixzz1JckUpZeZ

    Fred Sanford, who pitched seven seasons in the major leagues, including three with the New York Yankees, passed away March 15, 2011 at his home in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was 91.

    Sanford started his career with the St. Louis Browns in 1943 before his career was interrupted by his World War II service. He returned to play with them again from 1946-48 until he was traded to the New York Yankees during the 1948 off-season. Even though Sanford led the American League in losses in 1948, the Yankees paid the Browns $100,000 in a trade that also saw them part with future All-Star catcher Sherm Lollar.
    http://www.examiner.com/baseball-his...ber-dies-at-91

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