60 – 69

Bo Belinsky

Dave Balon

Steve Barber

Don Baylor

Eddie Brinkman

Skip Caray
Harry Christopher Caray,Jr. was born on 8/12/1939 in St Louis, MO. He died on 8/3/2008 at age 68 in Atlanta, GA.
Caray was the long time play-by-play announcer for the Atlanta Braves. He is the son of hall of fame broadcaster Harry Caray.

Wilt Chamberlain
Wilton Norman Chamberlain was born 8/21/1936. He died 10/12/1999 at age 63 from congestive heart failure.
Kansas Jayhawks
Harlem Globetrotters (1958-1959)
Golden State Warriors (1959-1964)
Philadelphia 76ers (1965-1968)
Los Angeles Lakers (1968-1973)
NBA Most Valuable Player, 1960, 1966, 1967, 1968
Holds single game record for points in one game (100)

Mike Clark

Dizzy Dean

Dave DeBusschere

Pat Dobson

Dick Enderle

John Ferguson

Bud Gardner

Rocky Godfrey

Pancho Gonzales

L.C. Greenwood

Wally Hilgenberg

Shoeless Joe Jackson

Jim Johnson

Charlie Leigh

Joe Louis

Jim Mandich

Mickey Mantle
Mickey Charles Mantle was born on October 20, 1931 in Spavinaw, Oklahoma. He died from liver cancer on August 13, 1995 at age 63 in Dallas, Texas. After receiving a liver transplant on June 8, 1995, it was discovered that liver cancer had spread throughout his body.
New York Yankees 1951-1968
16 time All-Star selection
7 time World Series champion
3 time AL MVP
Gold Glove Award winner
New York Yankees retired jersey #7 on June 8, 1969.

Billy Martin

Don Massengale

Eddie Mathews

Wahoo McDaniel

Dave McNally
Dave McNally was born on 10/31/1942. He died 12/1/2002 at age 60 of lung cancer in Billings, MT.
Baltimore Orioles 1962-1974
Montreal Expos 1975
McNally won more than 20 games for 4 consecutive seasons and was one of four 20-game winners for the 1971 Orioles (Pat Dobson, Jim Palmer, and Mike Cuellar were the other three). McNally is the only pitcher in Major League history to have hit a grand slam and thereby win his own game in the World Series (1970).

Jim Mitchell

Nelson Muncie

Bobby Murcer

Joe Niekro
Born 11/7/1944 – Died 10/27/2006 (brain aneurysm)
Chicago Cubs 1967-1969
San Diego Padres 1969
Detroit Tigers 1970-1972
Atlanta Braves 1973-1974
Houston Astros 1975-1985
New York Yankees 1985-1987
Minnesota Twins 1987-1988

Jesse Owens
James Cleveland “Jesse” Owens
Born 9/12/1913 – Died 3/31/1980 (lung cancer)
Track & Field

Bill Robinson

Sugar Ray Robinson
(born Walker Smith Jr)
Born 5/3/1921 – Died 4/12/1989 (diabetes / Alzheimer’s)
Professional Boxer

Fritz Shurmur

Larry Smith

Jack Snow
Jack Thomas Snow was born on 1/25/1943. He died on 1/9/2006 at age 62 from a staph infection.
Wide Receiver
Notre Dame
Los Angeles Rams 1965-1975

Ken Stabler

Willie Stargell
Wilver Dornell Stargell was born on March 6, 1940 in Earlsboro, OK. He died on April 9, 2001 at age 61 in Wilmington, NC from a stroke.
Outfielder / First Baseman
Pittsburgh Pirates 1962-1982
Stargell died on the same day that a statue of him was unveiled outside the Pirates’ new stadium.

Jim Thorpe
Jacobus Franciscus Thorpe was born on 5/28/1888. He died on 3/28/1953 at age 64 from a heart attack. Jim Thorpe was an all-around athlete, active in baseball, football, basketball and track & field.

Johnny Unitas
John Constantine Unitas was born on 5/7/1933. He died on 9/11/2002 at age 69 from a heart attack.
Louisville Cardinals
Baltimore Colts 1956-1972
San Diego Chargers 1973

Gene Upshaw
Eugene Thurman Upshaw, Jr. was born on August 15, 1945 in Robstown, Texas.He died on August 20, 2008 at age 63 in Lake Tahoe, California of pancreatic cancer.
Texas A&M
Oakland Raiders 1967-1981
Executive Director of the NFL Players’ Association (NFLPA)
Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1987
7 time pro bowl selection
2 time super bowl champion

Norm Van Lier
Norman Allen Van Lier III was born on 4/1/1947 in East Liverpool, Ohio.He died on 2/26/2009 at age 61 in Chicago, Illinois.
Point Guard
Saint Francis University
Cincinnati Royals 1969-1971
Chicago Bulls 1971-1978
Milwaukee Bucks 1978-19793 time all-star
After failing to appear for a television appearance, a Chicago Fire Rescue squad conducted a wellness check and found Van Lier dead in his apartment.

Jimmy Walker
James Walker was born on 4/8/1944 in Amherst, VA. He died on 7/2/2007 at age 63 in Kansas City, MO from Lung Cancer.
Detroit Pistons 1967-1972
Houston Rockets 1972-1973
Kansas City Kings 1973-1976
2 time all star

Tim Woods
George Burrell Woodin was born on 7/28/1934 in Utica, New York. He died on 11/30/2002 at age 68 in Charlotte, North Carolina from a heart attack. Woods wrestled for 20 years between 1963 and 1983 under the names Tim Woods and Mr. Wrestling. In 1975, he was involved in a plane crash along with other wrestlers Johnny Valentine, Bob Bruggers, and Ric Flair.

Ernie Wright