Scott Sanderson Death : Former professional baseball pitcher passed away at 62

New York, April 11th 2019.

American baseball legend and former pitcher for Montreal Expos, Chicago Cubs, Oakland Athletics, New York Yankees, California Angels, San Francisco Giants, and Chicago White Sox have died.

Sanderson died today of cancer. Last year, he had his voice box removed and he suffered a stroke. He was bedridden for months. Tall and handsome, he was 62.

He beat Niles West 1-0 with a one-hitter in the regional final in 1974.

Sanderson was the ace of the Yankees pitching staff in 1991 and 1992. An All-Star in 1991 and the Yankees Opening Day starter in 1992.

People are paying tribute to the late legend on social media. Here are some of the tributes posted on Facebook and twitter.

 

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  1. I knew Scott when he played for the Expos. When in town, he frequented the bar I worked in on Cresscent Street (the Wrong Number). Such a nice guy. My condolences to his family. Bless you Scott and may you rest in peace. 💕

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