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  • Tuesday Jul 31 | via The New York Times 

    Tony Cloninger, Pitcher Remembered for His Bat, Dies...

    Tony Cloninger, who assured himself a place in the annals of major league baseball when he became the only pitcher to hit two grand slams in a game, died on July 24 in Denver, N.C., where he had been a high school standout. He was 77. The Boston Red Sox announced h is death on Saturday.

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  • Saturday Jul 28 | via SFGate 

    Former pitcher Cloninger who hit 2 slams in game die...

    Former major-league pitcher Tony Cloninger, perhaps best known for hitting two grand slams in a game at Candlestick Park in 1966, has died at 77. Cloninger died Tuesday. He had worked as a consultant for the Boston Red Sox since 2002 and the team announced his death Saturday.

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  • Saturday Jul 28 | via MDJonline.com 

    Tony Cloninger, starting pitcher of Braves' first ga...

    In this July 3, 1966, file photo, Atlanta Braves right-hander Tony Cloninger hoists an armload of bats after pitching the Braves to a 17-3 victory over the San Francisco Giants in which he hit two grand slams, in San Francisco.

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  • Saturday Jul 28 | via Boston Red Sox 

    Former pitcher, longtime coach Cloninger dies

    The Boston Red Sox mourn the loss of Tony Cloninger, who passed away on Tuesday at the age of 77. A 12-year Major League veteran pitcher and member of the Red Sox organization from 2002-18, Cloninger spent more than 40 years in professional baseball, including the past 14 as a player development consultant for Boston. After attending Rock Springs High School in Denver, N.C., Cloninger signed with the Milwaukee Braves as an amateur free agent in 1958.

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  • Tuesday Jul 24 | via The Paducah Sun Online Edition 

    Sue Teckenbrock

    Mrs. Sue Teckenbrock, age 87, of Metropolis, Illinois, passed away at 3:40 a.m. on Tuesday, July 24, 2018, at Metropolis Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

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