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Awesome Baseball Players who died 2020
One of the most unappreciated great baseball players in history, Allen had to withstand as much racist abuse as any star of his era. (“Dick was a sensitive Black man who refused to be treated as a second-class citizen,” Mike Schmidt said.) He responded by hitting, hitting and hitting some more. Allen was widely thought to be near selection to the Hall of Fame before his passing in December.
One of the most heralded prospects ever -- and one of the first “Bonus Babies” -- Antonelli had his best years with the Giants, including a brilliant 1954 season, when he won the World Series. The lefty also served in the Korean War in the middle of his career … and was Army teammates with Willie Mays.
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Bob Gibson was the best postseason pitcher in baseball history
Forty years later, Gibson's 1.12 ERA remains magic number
Niekro will forever be known for his longevity -- he pitched until he was 48 and was taking calls from teams when he was 55. But as impressive as his long career was, it is often lost just how baffling hitters found him at his peak. Niekro's 1.87 ERA in 1967 led the Majors. Offense was so down they lowered the mound for the '69 season. He also threw six shutouts in '74, a year he had a 2.38 ERA in 302 1/3 innings. Rick Monday once said Niekro's knuckleball "actually giggles at you as it goes by." It just so happened that it did that for 24 years.
The father of longtime reliever Darren Oliver, Bob played a decade in the Majors and hit the first grand slam in Royals history.
The country music groundbreaker played in the Negro Leagues (he was an All-Star in 1956 and ‘57) and in the Minors before discovering an even more lucrative career. He was also a part-owner of the Rangers.
Reed worked the 1991 World Series and multiple All-Star Games. He’s also the umpire in the movie “For the Love of the Game.”
The longtime Phillie played 19 years in the Majors and notched 2,007 hits.
Signed out of sandlot ball in Berkeley, Calif., Washington made the 1975 All-Star Game when he was still 20.
The veteran hitter played 19 years and scored the millionth run in MLB history. But he made his biggest mark as an executive, becoming the first Black general manager to win a World Series ring with the Yankees in 1996.
The longtime Arizona State coach -- he coached Reggie Jackson there -- made the leap to the Majors and managed the Angels and the A’s.
An underrated hitter with a 15-year career, Wynn was a heavy-strikeout, heavy-walk, heavy-power hitter long before that became baseball’s norm.