Blue Jays’ Tony Fernandez dead at 57 Blue Jays’ Tony Fernandez dead at 57As a little boy always wanted to be somebody, I want to be another Dominican, star, GoldGlove and help the Jays win. A World Series games played, hits and triples wife and five children he’s been battling kidney disease and died from complications after a stroke on the field was not for him, but for his family openly about growing up in poverty in the Dominican Republic. He said he first learned to catch using a milk carton as a glove and socks is a makeshift baseball, humble beginnings, I kept him, grounded anything to do with dollars and sense or ego or anything like that.
He was just sort of perfection driven only signed by the Blue Jays in 1979 at age 17 and returned in time for the 1993 World Series win falling down and throw right to wear had to go. He looked like she was moving in slow mo, listen red Fernandez won over fans and the baseball Community with his kind spirit and love for the game. Italia, Ricci, CBC News, Toronto.Shortstop Tony Fernandez spent 12 seasons with the Toronto Blue Jays, was a five-time all star and won four gold gloves. He died at 57 from complications from a stroke after battling kidney disease for several years.
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