Ralph Kiner Dies; Mets Broadcaster, Hall of Famer Was 91

by at . Comments

Ralph, a beloved New York Mets broadcast who is also a member of the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame, died today at his him in Rancho Mirage.

He was 91 years old.

Ralph Kiner Pic

Kiner played 10 seasons, mostly with the Pittsburgh Pirates, and hit 369 him runs. He led the National League in round-trippers in each of his first seven years.

Following his playing career, Kiner worked with the Mets for over five decades, even calling a few games last season at the age of 90.

The Hall of Fame confirmed Kiner's passing via the following statement:

“With the passing of Ralph Kiner, the baseball world has lost one of its greatest ambassadors and the Hall of Fame has lost a wonderful friend. Ralph spent eight decades as a player, executive and broadcaster. He was a man who truly loved our National Pastime and made it better in every way. His legacy will live forever in Cooperstown.”

We send our condolences to Kinger's family and friends.

Philip Seymour Hoffman
Philip Seymour Hoffman passed away at the age of 46. He was found with a needle in his arm and had a history of drug abuse.

Tags: ,
Like Us On Facebook

More From The Hollywood Gossip


Stephen A. Smith Suspended by ESPN for Domestic Violence Remarks

Stephen A. Smith has been suspended by ESPN. He will be off the air for about a week.

Peyton Manning "Dances" During Practice, Makes Total Fool of Himself

Peyton Manning is a terrific quarterback. And, as proven by this video, he's a terrible dancer.

Torrin Lawrence Dies; U.S. Sprinter Was 25

Torrin Lawrence has died. The track star was only 25 years old when he was involved in a fatal car accident.

Kristin Cavallari Shows Off Post-Baby Body, Tweets About Training Camp

Kristin Cavallari showing off her post-baby body is a thing of beauty. See it here.


optimistic people deserve a happy end...............