• Fosse, bowled over by Rose in ASG, dies at 74

    11 days ago - By ESPN

    Ray Fosse, the catcher famous for being barreled into by Pete Rose in the 1970 All-Star Game and who went on to help the Athletics win two World Series and later became a popular broadcaster for the A's, has died.
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  • Ray Fosse, barreled by Rose at ‘70 All-Star Game, dies at 74

    Ray Fosse, barreled by Rose at ‘70 All-Star Game, dies at 74

    11 days ago - By TORONTO STAR


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  • Former all-star catcher, longtime A's broadcaster Ray Fosse dies at 74

    11 days ago - By Sportsnet

    OAKLAND, Calif. - Ray Fosse, the strong-armed catcher whose career was upended when he was bowled over by Pete Rose at the 1970 All-Star Game, has died. He was 74.
    Carol Fosse, his wife of 51 years, said in a statement online that Fosse died Wednesday after a 16-year bout with cancer.
    Fosse was a budding talent for Cleveland when he made his first All-Star team as a 23-year-old in 1970, the same year he hit .307 with a career-high 18 homers and won the first of two Gold Gloves while throwing out 55 per cent of attempted base stealers.
    Rose barrelled over him to score the winning run in the...
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  • A's broadcaster, 2-time All-Star Ray Fosse dies at 74

    11 days ago - By TheScore

    Longtime Oakland Athletics broadcaster and 12-year MLB veteran Ray Fosse died at the age of 74 on Wednesday after a lengthy battle with cancer. "The Oakland A's are heartbroken to learn of the passing of Ray Fosse," the team said in a statement. "Few people epitomize what it means to be an Athletic more than Ray. He was the type of franchise icon who always made sure every player, coach, colleague, and fan knew that they were part of the Oakland A's family. We send our deepest condolences to Carol, Nikki, and Lindsey, his family and friends during this difficult time. We'll miss you, Ray...
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  • Ray Fosse Passes Away

    11 days ago - By MLB Trade Rumors

    Longtime Athletics broadcaster and former All-Star catcher Ray Fosse passed away today at age 74, as announced by his wife Carol. Fosse stepped away from the broadcasting booth back in August in order to deal with cancer, as Fosse revealed that he had been fighting with the disease for the last 16 years.
    The official statement from the Athletics...
    “ The Oakland A's are heartbroken to learn of the passing of Ray Fosse. Few people epitomize what it means to be an Athletic more than Ray. He was the type of franchise icon who always made sure every player, coach, colleague, and fan knew that...
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  • Legendary A's broadcaster Ray Fosse passes away

    11 days ago - By FanSided

    Iconic Oakland A's broadcaster and former MLB All-Star Ray Fosse passed away at 74 years old on Wednesday after a long, quiet battle with cancer. Ray Fosse, the unforgettable Oakland Athletics broadcaster and 12-year MLB veteran, passed away on Wednesday after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was 74 years old. Before heading into the...
    Legendary A's broadcaster Ray Fosse passes away - FanSided - FanSided - Sports News, Entertainment, Lifestyle & Technology - 300+ Sites
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  • Ray Fosse, 2-Time World Series Champion with A's, Dies at Age 74

    11 days ago - By Bleacher Report

    Former MLB catcher Ray Fosse died
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