Tommy Boggs die, Obituary, Baseball Player Tommy Boggs Cause of Death, Died At 66

Tommy Boggs die, Obituary

Tommy Boggs, who was the former Rangers pitcher and the club’s first-round pick in the 1974 MLB draft died on Wednesday 5 October 2022. Concordia University Texas announced this news and he was set to enter his 13th season as the program’s head baseball coach.

How did he die?

The School said, he died after battling cancer at the age of 66.

Baseball Player Tommy Boggs Cause of Death

He died due to cancer. Ronda Seagraves, who is the university’s vice president of student experience and athletics said, “Tommy has built a legacy here at Concordia University, However, his legacy extends far beyond our campus. He has been an invaluable leader in the Austin baseball community and has touched the lives of many generations of athletes. He will be tremendously missed by all who knew and loved him”.

Who is Tommy Boggs?

He was an American professional baseball player. Tommy played in Major League Baseball as a right-handed pitcher for the Texas Rangers (1976–1977, 1985) and the Atlanta Braves (1978–1983). On 19 July 1976, he made his major league debut with the Rangers. On 14 May 2009, Concordia University Texas hired Tommy Boggs as their head baseball coach. In March 2020, he won his 300th game and led the Concordia Tornadoes to 325 wins in 13 seasons.

Real Name Thomas Winton Boggs
Profession Baseball Player
Birthdate 25 October 1955
Birthplace Poughkeepsie, New York
Death Date 5 October 2022
Death Place United States
Age 66 years old
Nationality American

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