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Baseball Legend Al Kaline Passes Away With No Final Good-Bye To His Admirers

The baseball game has a lost legend now. The sudden demise of Al Kaline made the fans mourn at this loss. After a series of reports, an official statement has come that he was dead due to a heart stroke. It is indeed heartbreaking news for many of his admirers.

His never-ending glory :

Right after his high school in Baltimore, he joined Tigers. His major league debut was in the year 1953. From then it is a history in the making. Just after 2 years in 1955, he won the American League title.

He even became the youngest player to get that award. In the AL MVP votings, he stood next to Yogi Berra on second. He worked part-time in the offseason like all. He worked as a salesman in Baltimore sporting goods store. He was so terrible at that job. He claimed himself this and further stated that he used to practice his swing down the basement all the time.

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He is the first tiger to get his number six retired. He created that sort of influence with his game. He elected for Hall of Fame in 1980. After his career as a pinch hitter, he joined the Tigers’ broadcasting team in 1974. Till 2002 he works for them.

Heart-felt mournings :

His passing away was a very sudden one and took many hearts low. Christopher Ilitch, Tigers chairman, and CEO has said that Baseball game has lost a titan today. He concluded, saying that his gentle and calm soul to get the peace in his 80’s.

Justin Verlander, co-winner of American Cy Young Award with Al Kaline, has said that he was so good and generous who meant so much to many. He remembered the lovely conversation of Baseball he had with the legend.

He concluded, saying RIP Mr.Tiger. Phil Niekro, Hall of Fame pitcher, has said that this one hits hard. Trammel said that all have a treasure now. Not just the tigers, but entire BaseballBaseball will be missing his presence. Kaline finished his amazing run with 3007 hits, 399 home runs, and a 0.297 career batting average.

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