Major League Baseball Players Who Died in 1967

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Major League Baseball Players Who Died in 1967

A Historical Analysis / Return To Players by Place of Death

Everett, Washington
09-17-1967
1914
1915
Hagerstown, Maryland
09-24-1967
1914
1914
Mobile, Alabama
10-02-1967
1934
1934
San Mateo, California
07-06-1967
1938
1938
Seattle, Washington
10-27-1967
1911
1911
Thomasville, Georgia
06-13-1967
1915
1920
Houston, Texas
09-27-1967
1929
1930
Rice Lake, Wisconsin
10-04-1967
1915
1916
Cincinnati, Ohio
06-23-1967
1912
1918
Madison, Wisconsin
06-04-1967
1914
1914
Houston, Texas
09-14-1967
1960
1967
Little Rock, Arkansas
06-06-1967
1928
1929
San Antonio, Texas
01-01-1967
1937
1937
Worcester, Massachusetts
02-09-1967
1910
1911
Seal Beach, California
04-29-1967
1926
1929
Salamanca, New York
08-17-1967
1910
1921
Boston, Massachusetts
09-04-1967
1918
1918
Los Angeles, California
11-12-1967
1927
1927
Sacramento, California
03-06-1967
1943
1945
Los Angeles, California
06-24-1967
1907
1910
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
07-25-1967
1940
1944
St. Petersburg, Florida
11-02-1967
1914
1916
Logan, Ohio
01-04-1967
1929
1944
Gadsden, Alabama
01-26-1967
1911
1912
San Diego, California
07-14-1967
1915
1915
Williamsburg, Virginia
05-26-1967
1915
1915
Madison, Indiana
02-12-1967
1918
1918
Fremont, Michigan
06-10-1967
1914
1914
Miami, Florida
07-21-1967
1925
1945
Long Beach, California
11-01-1967
1935
1938
Sacramento, California
10-19-1967
1936
1936
Spokane, Washington
09-25-1967
1896
1904
Easton, Pennsylvania
01-13-1967
1929
1940
London, Ontario, Canada
01-25-1967
1905
1918
New Orleans, Louisiana
06-23-1967
1950
1953
Cambridge, Massachusetts
07-10-1967
1934
1935
Cincinnati, Ohio
04-13-1967
1913
1925
Hopkins, Minnesota
01-06-1967
1939
1952
Los Gatos, California
02-26-1967
1935
1938
Chicago, Illinois
08-13-1967
1912
1913
Ft. Walton Beach, Florida
12-31-1967
1920
1922
Boston, Massachusetts
04-07-1967
1925
1937
Lumberton, North Carolina
06-16-1967
1932
1934
Medford, Oregon
03-30-1967
1914
1917
Colerain, Ohio
03-14-1967
1933
1933
Inglewood, California
06-08-1967
1939
1939
Chattanooga, Tennessee
02-14-1967
1911
1926
Lynbrook, New York
11-24-1967
1926
1928
Shinnston, West Virginia
09-16-1967
1916
1922
New Orleans, Louisiana
07-06-1967
1910
1911
Cincinnati, Ohio
07-29-1967
1921
1934
Burlington, Vermont
09-13-1967
1947
1948
Marietta, Georgia
11-04-1967
1938
1938
Birmingham, Alabama
12-27-1967
1946
1952
Los Angeles, California
06-30-1967
1910
1910
Arab, Alabama
12-05-1967
1911
1911
Los Angeles, California
09-04-1967
1928
1930
Upper Darby Township, Pennsylvania
02-04-1967
1910
1914
Baltimore, Maryland
04-22-1967
1913
1918
Arlington, Massachusetts
01-17-1967
1908
1908
Detroit, Michigan
09-04-1967
1920
1934
Torrance, California
04-27-1967
1914
1914
Houston, Texas
08-21-1967
1922
1924
Marietta, Ohio
08-15-1967
1913
1913
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
03-09-1967
1955
1961
White Bear Lake, Minnesota
02-18-1967
1921
1921
Bradenton, Florida
10-03-1967
1913
1919
San Francisco, California
06-30-1967
1910
1915
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
08-25-1967
1935
1936
St. Helena, California
03-10-1967
1913
1914
Decorah, Iowa
05-08-1967
1928
1929
Claremont, New Hampshire
03-21-1967
1915
1915
Los Angeles, California
05-19-1967
1910
1911
Los Angeles, California
12-28-1967
1918
1923
Santa Monica, California
05-13-1967
1923
1927
East Liverpool, Ohio
09-28-1967
1909
1913
Omaha, Nebraska
11-18-1967
1914
1919
San Francisco, California
10-02-1967
1946
1946
Columbus, Mississippi
02-24-1967
1923
1923
St. Louis, Missouri
06-13-1967
1922
1923
San Bernardino, California
02-12-1967
1902
1909
Natrona, Pennsylvania
04-17-1967
1903
1904
Rochester, Minnesota
09-02-1967
1929
1929
East Lansing, Michigan
05-14-1967
1911
1919
Los Angeles, California
04-22-1967
1945
1950
Trenton, New Jersey
11-24-1967
1927
1927
Hagerstown, Maryland
03-07-1967
1928
1930
Italy, Texas
07-13-1967
1928
1932
Baltimore, Maryland
04-29-1967
1917
1919
Detroit, Michigan
09-13-1967
1897
1909
Lynwood, California
12-19-1967
1914
1914
Trumbull, Connecticut
04-16-1967
1929
1929
Leadville, Colorado
09-05-1967
1936
1936
Santa Clara, California
02-22-1967
1942
1947
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
02-07-1967
1944
1945
Muskegon, Michigan
10-02-1967
1913
1914
Boston, Massachusetts
05-13-1967
1921
1921
Buffalo, New York
01-06-1967
1910
1911
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
07-07-1967
1915
1915
Memphis, Tennessee
04-13-1967
1925
1925
Cleveland, Ohio
06-15-1967
1916
1916
Winthrop, Maine
03-26-1967
1911
1914
Louisville, Kentucky
02-26-1967
1912
1912
Garrett, Indiana
09-12-1967
1910
1918

Major League Baseball Players Who Died in 1967



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