Obituary: Angel “Remy” Hermoso (1947-2020)

RIP to Remy Hermoso, a middle infielder who played for many years in his native Venezuela and also played with three MLB teams in the 1960s and '70s. He died on August 22 in his native Puerto Cabello at the age of 72. Hermoso played for the Atlanta Braves (1967), Montreal Expos (1969-70) and Cleveland … Continue reading Obituary: Angel “Remy” Hermoso (1947-2020)

Grave Story: Jerry Zimmerman (1934-1998)

Here lies Jerry Zimmerman, a good-fielding, light-hitting catcher and a part of the first-ever Montreal Expos’ coaching staff. He played for the Cincinnati Reds (1961) and Minnesota Twins (1962-68). Gerald Zimmerman was born in Omaha, Neb., on September 21, 1934. He played basketball and baseball at Milwaukie High School (that’s not a typo – the … Continue reading Grave Story: Jerry Zimmerman (1934-1998)

Obituary: Scott Sanderson (1956-2019)

R.I.P. to Scott Sanderson, an All-Star pitcher who won 163 games over a 19-year career. He died today, April 11, at the age of 62. His death was first reported on Twitter by Daily Herald columnist Barry Rozner. https://twitter.com/BarryRozner/status/1116429821398089728 Canadian journalist/author/Expos historian Danny Gallagher had reported more than a year ago that Sanderson had his … Continue reading Obituary: Scott Sanderson (1956-2019)