MLB All-Star Lindy McDaniel, Reliever for 21 Seasons, Dead at Age 84

MLB All-Star Lindy McDaniel, Reliever for 21 Seasons, Dead at Age 84


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Lindy McDaniel, an All-Star reliever who appeared in nearly 1,000 major league games over 21 seasons, has died. He was 84.

Bill Chambers, a longtime friend and fellow elder at the Lavon Church of Christ in Lavon, Texas, said McDaniel died of COVID-19 on Saturday night at an acute care facility in Carrollton, a Dallas suburb.

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Steady as a long man and closer, McDaniel pitched in 987 big league games, trailing only Hall of Famer Hoyt Wilhelm when he retired in 1975.

The Hall of Fame remembers former @Cardinals @Cubs @SFGiants @Yankees and @Royals pitcher Lindy McDaniel, who passed away on

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