• Former Astros OF Jimmy Wynn dies at age of 78

    2 days ago - By Yardbarker

    Former Houston Astros outfielder Jimmy Wynn died on Thursday at the age of 78. Wynn was known by his nickname “The Toy Cannon” for his big arm. He played 15 seasons in MLB, 11 with the Astros, two with the Dodgers, one with the Braves, and final season split between the Brewers and Yankees. Wynn was a lifetime .250 hitter with an .802 OPS. He hit 291 career home runs, topping out at 37 in 1967, when he made the All-Star team for the first time. He also had good bat control and walked more than he struck out six times during his career. He led the National League in walks twice. Wynn was...
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  • Former Astros star Jimmy 'The Toy Cannon' Wynn dies at 78

    Former Astros star Jimmy 'The Toy Cannon' Wynn dies at 78

    2 days ago - By Fox Sports

    The Houston Astros say former slugger Jimmy Wynn has died
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  • Former Astros, Dodgers star Jimmy Wynn dies at 78

    2 days ago - By TheScore

    Former Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Jimmy Wynn died Thursday at the age of 78.
    We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Astros legend, Jimmy "The Toy Cannon" Wynn. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and loved ones. pic.twitter.com/kRNexoUk0Z - Houston Astros March 27, 2020
    "The Toy Cannon" played 15 major-league seasons from 1963-1977 and was named to three All-Star rosters. Wynn spent the bulk of his career with Houston, debuting when the club was still dubbed the Colt .45s. Over 1,920 career games, Wynn batted .250/.366/.436 with 291 home runs, 964...
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