Ray Fosse, 2-Time World Series Champion with A's, Dies at Age 74

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Bleacher Report— Former MLB catcher Ray Fosse died

KSBW—Longtime A's broadcaster Ray Fosse dies at age 74. Oakland Athletics broadcaster and former MLB catcher Ray Fosse died on Wednesday. He was 74 years old.

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Washington Post—Ray Fosse, All-Star catcher and longtime baseball broadcaster, dies at 74. After a famous All-Star Game collision with Pete Rose in 1970, he had a 35-year career as an Oakland A’s broadcaster.