Ray Fosse Obituary
Ray Fosse, age 74. Oakland Athletics broadcaster and former MLB catcher, died after a struggle with cancer, on Wednesday, 13 October 2021. At 6:53 p.m.
ABOUT RAY FOSSE
Ray was born in 1947. He served as the color analyst for the A’s radio and television broadcasts since 1986, and made his MLB debut in September 1967, and became a two-time All-star and Gold Glove winner in 1970 and 1971.
In 1973. He was traded to A’s, before the season, where he was part of the World Series championship teams in 1973 and 1974.
He played in MLB for 12 years before he started his career in broadcasting, which he was later nominated in 2002, for a Ford C. Frick Award.
CAUSE OF DEATH
Ray Fosse died after a serious battle with cancer, on 13 October 2021. After fighting it for 16 years.
IN a statement NBC Sports California, said “is deeply saddened to learn of Ray’s demise. Our thoughts are with his wife and his daughters.
Oakland A’s, said in a statement that “Oakland A’s are heartbroken to learn of Ray’s demise. we send our deepest condolences to his wife and his daughters.
Ray is survived by his wife Carol Fosse, 51 years old, and his two lovely daughters, Nikki and Lindsey.
The Ray’s family send their love out to family, friends and fans that mourn his lost with them.