Ray Fosse dies at 74 following battle with most cancers



Former All-Star catcher and Oakland A’s broadcaster Ray Fosse has died on the age of 74 following a battle with most cancers, his spouse introduced on Wednesday.

“It’s with a heavy coronary heart that Carol Fosse, Ray Fosse’s spouse of 51 years, shares the unhappy information that Ray misplaced his battle to most cancers on October 13, 2021, after silently preventing it for the previous 16 years. Carol and daughters, Nikki and Lindsey, ship their love out to household, mates and followers who mourn his loss with them.”

Fosse disclosed in August that he was stepping away from his duties as an A’s announcer attributable to his battle with most cancers, which had been ongoing for 16 years. Fosse was an MLB catcher from 1967-1979. He made two All-Star groups whereas with the Cleveland Indians and received two World Sequence with the A’s.

Following his enjoying profession, Fosse was recognized for his time as an A’s TV broadcaster, which spanned 1986-2021.

The Oakland A’s issued an announcement on Fosse’s dying:




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