New York Yankees Hall Of Famer Whitey Ford Dies At 91

New York Yankees Hall Of Famer Whitey Ford Dies At 91


New York Yankees legend Whitey Ford has died at the age of 91.

Ford passed away at his home in Long Island on Thursday, according to the New York Post.

BREAKING: Whitey Ford, the pitching great who helped the New York Yankees dominate in the 1950s and ‘60s, dies at 91, a family member says. https://t.co/oFvXK5R1wu

— The Associated Press (@AP) October 9, 2020

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Ford spent the entirety of his MLB career with the Yankees. The pitcher signed with the baseball team out of high school in 1947 for just $7,000. He retired in 1967 due to complications in his pitching arm, the outlet reported. (RELATED: Derek Jeter Selected To The Baseball Hall Of Fame, Was 1 Vote Short Of Being A Unanimous Selection)

Ford was voted into the hall of fame in 1974 during his second year of eligibility. Ford and Mickey Mantle entered the hall of fame together after playing as teammates throughout the years.

Ford revealed he had cheated towards the end of his career as he lost his skills in his autobiography, the NYPost reported.

“I want to emphasize that I didn’t begin cheating until late in my career,

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