Former Mariners general manager Hal Keller has died at the age of 85 at his home in Sequim.

Keller, who served as Seattle's general manager in 1984 and '85, had been suffering from esophageal cancer. He also endured a lengthy battle with diabetes that resulted in the amputation of a foot.

Keller played in the major leagues for the Washington Senators, appearing in 25 games as a catcher from 1949-52. He was the younger brother of Charlie "King Kong" Keller, a five-time All-Star with the Yankees.
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