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Former Oakland A’s Star Has Passed Away At 74

Former Oakland A’s catcher, broadcaster and two-time World Series champion Ray Fosse died on Wednesday after losing a battle with cancer. He was 74. In August of this year, Fosse revealed that he had quietly been fighting cancer for the last 16 years. His wife, Carol, shared the heartbreaking news of his passing earlier this evening.
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Thomas R. Lutz 1938-2021

PARIS TOWNSHIP — Thomas Richard Lutz, 82, of Paris Township, passed on Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, while on his way to his residence. Thomas was born Oct. 15, 1938, in Windham, the son of Daniel and Hazel Kollars Lutz. On Aug. 27, 1940, the United States government announced that land would be purchased for the establishment of the Ravenna Arsenal. With this announcement, the Lutz family sold its home and property in October 1940 and relocated to Paris Township. Thomas had remained on this family farm since he was 2 years old.
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Indians: All 4 players Cleveland should bring back for 2022

The Indians have five players who could be gone in 2022. The Cleveland Indians have five players who could be gone in 2022 if they decide that’s what is best for the team. Two of them, Roberto Perez and Jose Ramirez, have club options for 2022 and in Ramirez’s case, for 2023. So they can bring back both guys for $7 million (Perez) and $12 million (Ramirez) respectively.
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Thomas R. Lutz 1938-2021

NEWTON FALLS — Thomas Richard Lutz, 82, passed Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2021, while on the way to his residence. Thomas was born Oct. 15, 1938, in Windham, the son of Daniel and Hazel Kollars Lutz. On Aug. 27, 1940, the United States Government announced that land would be purchased for the establishment of the Ravenna Arsenal. With this announcement, the Lutz family sold their home and property in October 1940 and relocated to Paris Township. Thomas had remained on this family farm since he was 2 years old.
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Thomas Richard Lutz

NEWTON FALLS — Thomas Richard Lutz, 82, passed away Tuesday (Oct. 12) on his way to his residence. Thomas was born Oct. 15, 1938 in Windham, the son of Daniel and Hazel Kollars Lutz. On Aug. 27, 1940, the United States government announced that land would be purchased for the...
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Ray Fosse passes at age 74

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Ray Fosse, the strong-armed catcher whose career was upended when he was bowled over by Pete Rose at the 1970 All-Star Game, has died. He was 74. Carol Fosse, his wife of 51 years, said in a statement online that Fosse died Wednesday after a 16-year bout with cancer.
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Former Cleveland catcher Ray Fosse dies at 74

Former catcher Ray Fosse, who spent 12 years behind the plate for four teams but was perhaps best-known as a player for a vicious collision with Pete Rose in the 1970 All-Star Game, has died at the age of 74. Fosse had been battling cancer for the past 16 years...
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Oakland A's icon, former Cleveland All-Star Ray Fosse passes away at 74

The Oakland Athletics have lost a longtime member of their family, as "franchise icon" Ray Fosse passed away on Wednesday at the age of 74. The former MLB catcher's wife of over 50 years, Carol Fosse, said in a statement that Ray had been battling cancer for 16 years. Fosse...
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