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Oakland A’s: Billy Conigliaro passes away at 73 years old

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 13: Billy Conigliaro visit at SiriusXM Studios on September 13, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Robin Marchant/Getty Images) The Conigliaro family made its mark in baseball during the 1960s and 1970s. Although Tony Conigliaro is the member that most baseball fans remember, especially after his horrific beaning, he was not the only one to appear in the majors. Billy Conigliaro also had a five year career, ending with the Oakland A’s in 1973.
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Daily Red Sox Links: Andrew Benintendi, Hirokazu Sawamura, Billy Conigliaro

Here’s the Royals perspective on the Andrew Benintendi trade. (Max Reiper; Royals Review) There have been reports bubbling up for about a week that the Red Sox were going to be adding Japanese righty Hirokazu Sawamura. It’s looking like they have indeed agreed to terms according to Alex Speier. (Alex Speier; Boston Globe)
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Billy Conigliaro, Bosox 1st pick, Tony's brother, dies at 73

Billy Conigliaro, the first-ever Red Sox draft pick who started out in the Boston outfield with star-crossed brother Tony and later spent years taking care of him after a heart attack, died Wednesday. He was 73. Conigliaro's family told the team he died at home in Beverly, Massachusetts. The club...
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Red Sox mourn 1st draftee, Billy Conigliaro

BOSTON -- The first time the Red Sox made a selection in an MLB Draft was 1965, and they called out a name with familiar bloodlines. Billy Conigliaro, the fifth overall pick by Boston in the 1965 and the younger brother of Tony Conigliaro, died on Wednesday at the age of 73.
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Former Red Sox outfielder Billy Conigliaro passes away at age 73

Former Red Sox outfielder Billy Conigliaro has passed away at age 73, the team announced Wednesday. Conigliaro played 347 Major League games across five seasons, including 247 in three seasons with the Red Sox from 1969-71. He won a World Series with the Oakland Athletics in 1973. Conigliaro was born...
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Former Red Sox, Swampscott High star Billy Conigliaro dead

Billy Conigliaro began his public life as "the other Conigliaro" — a younger, different kind of player, and person, than Tony, his brash, supremely-confident older brother. But together, the two of them captured the imaginations of all aspiring Major League ballplayers on the North Shore and beyond. There they were, in 1970, standing side by side in the Red Sox outfield — Billy in center field and Tony in right.