Ray Fosse, Indians-Athletics legend and broadcaster, dies at 74

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Former Oakland Athletics All-Star catcher and longtime broadcaster Ray Fosse died after a 16-year battle with cancer, his wife said. He was 74.
Ray Fosse, who made the All-Star Game twice with the Cleveland Indians, died Wednesday after a long battle with cancer. Photo courtesy of the Cleveland Indians

Oct. 14 (UPI) --

Carol Fosse announced her husband's death through a post Wednesday on RayFosse.com.


"It is with a heavy heart that Carol Fosse, Ray Fosse's wife of 51 years, shares the sad news that Ray Fosse lost his battle to cancer on October 13 after silently fighting it for the past 16 years," the post said. "Carol and daughters, Nikki and Lindsey, send their love out to family, friends and fans that mourn his loss with them."

Fosse spent his 12-year MLB career with the Cleveland Indians, Athletics, Seattle Mariners…
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