It’s a sad time for Concordia University Texas as their head baseball coach Tommy Boggs passed away on Wednesday at 66. He was also a former player of Major Leagues Baseball for 13 years.
Who is Tommy Boggs?
Thomas Winston Boggs, popularly known as Tommy Boggs, was a former Major League basketball player as a right-hand pitcher for the Texas ranger and Atlanta Braves. He was born on October 25th 1955. He was exposed to baseball at a very young age when his grandparents would take him to Yankee stadium to watch the baseball games.
He was also the head baseball coach of Concordia University Texas since 2009. Under his guidance, the team has won 325 games. He also led the team to five times into the NCAA regional berth, one NCAA super regional appearance, three American Southwest Conference Tournament championships in the year 2011, 2012 and 2013 and three ASC regular season titles in the year 2014, 2016 and 2018.
He was legendary at the University. The CEO of the University described him as kind and helping the players to reach their potential. He married his wife, Suzanne and was blessed with two kids.
The former MLB player took his last breath after battling cancer on October 5th at the age of 66
Tommy Boggs Cause of death:
On October 5th, the former MLB player died after battling cancer in Salado, Texas. He was 66 at the time of his death. The news of his death has saddened his near and dear ones. He was legendary in the University, said one of his colleagues and was loved by his near and dear ones.
How did Tommy Boggs die?
At 66, the legendary head coach of Concordia University Texas passed away after battling cancer on October 5th.