Major League Baseball Players Who Died in 1995

"If anybody talks about a dead guy during a broadcast, I'll sack 'em. I'm sick of dead guys. Whenever I turn on baseball, all I hear about is dead guys. If I hear a name, I'm going to ask: 'Is he dead?' And if he is, you're fired." - Fox Sports President David Hill in The Cultural Encyclopedia of Baseball (Jonathan Fraser Light, 2005)
Major League Baseball Players Who Died in 1995

A Historical Analysis / Return To Players by Place of Death

Rio Verde, Arizona
04-09-1995
1958
1970
Bradenton, Florida
06-10-1995
1939
1945
Alameda, California
08-04-1995
1927
1946
Hines, Illinois
01-21-1995
1936
1950
South Bend, Indiana
01-03-1995
1934
1939
Montgomery, Ohio
05-07-1995
1950
1964
Bennettsville, South Carolina
05-31-1995
1943
1946
Marshallton, Delaware
12-05-1995
1953
1964
Baltimore, Maryland
02-06-1995
1936
1939
San Leandro, California
05-30-1995
1976
1979
Ft. Myers Beach, Florida
06-17-1995
1930
1942
Daytona Beach, Florida
04-24-1995
1933
1933
Bedford, Texas
12-17-1995
1928
1928
Conroe, Texas
08-03-1995
1937
1942
Tampa, Florida
09-21-1995
1930
1945
LaGrange, Georgia
04-23-1995
1937
1937
Fredericksburg, Texas
01-03-1995
1954
1956
San Mateo, California
11-30-1995
1954
1957
Duncan, Oklahoma
04-28-1995
1936
1939
Evanston, Illinois
01-02-1995
1953
1964
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
07-27-1995
1929
1947
Yarmouth, Maine
01-20-1995
1934
1934
Miami Springs, Florida
05-19-1995
1934
1934
Brockton, Massachusetts
10-10-1995
1919
1919
Tyler, Texas
11-02-1995
1930
1930
Manteca, California
01-30-1995
1940
1942
Wimberley, Texas
01-04-1995
1935
1950
New Athens, Illinois
01-03-1995
1943
1950
Midwest City, Oklahoma
01-17-1995
1948
1948
Marion, Indiana
12-02-1995
1929
1947
Santa Clara, California
07-17-1995
1966
1966
Asheville, North Carolina
03-05-1995
1935
1946
Sacramento, California
10-03-1995
1946
1957
Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada
12-27-1995
1941
1948
San Diego, California
01-24-1995
1946
1946
Alexandria, Virginia
08-20-1995
1942
1947
Metairie, Louisiana
05-18-1995
1939
1951
Castro Valley, California
06-07-1995
1939
1950
Tampa, Florida
03-14-1995
1939
1946
Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
10-24-1995
1947
1948
Downers Grove, Illinois
09-19-1995
1933
1933
Williamsport, Pennsylvania
03-11-1995
1940
1941
Dallas, Texas
08-13-1995
1951
1968
Lawton, Oklahoma
08-20-1995
1957
1958
Costa Mesa, California
05-17-1995
1943
1954
Oak Lawn, Illinois
02-28-1995
1934
1941
Lakeland, Florida
12-12-1995
1945
1945
Clinton, Maryland
03-02-1995
1952
1963
Collinsville, Illinois
03-29-1995
1935
1948
Carlisle, Pennsylvania
04-10-1995
1935
1941
Lincoln, Rhode Island
03-27-1995
1951
1964
Kirkland, Washington
10-29-1995
1934
1936
Tampa, Florida
01-04-1995
1935
1935
Springfield, Illinois
09-07-1995
1948
1955
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
04-13-1995
1943
1949
Highland, Utah
04-27-1995
1944
1953
Oakland, California
10-21-1995
1958
1975
Caracas, Distrito Capital, Venezuela
04-28-1995
1985
1993
Monte Rio, California
04-29-1995
1933
1946
Miami, Florida
09-15-1995
1943
1950
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
08-28-1995
1969
1969
Little Rock, Arkansas
11-23-1995
1938
1938
New York, New York
01-23-1995
1949
1957
Port Huron, Michigan
04-07-1995
1940
1946
San Diego, California
08-11-1995
1926
1926
Norwalk, Connecticut
11-22-1995
1932
1932
Santo Domingo, Distrito Nacional, Dominican Republic
11-30-1995
1992
1993
Paris, Texas
10-16-1995
1953
1953
East Harwich, Massachusetts
01-26-1995
1955
1957
Rocky Mount, North Carolina
01-07-1995
1952
1953
Bakersfield, California
01-03-1995
1943
1943
Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania
03-17-1995
1926
1926
Decatur, Illinois
07-07-1995
1942
1945
Lawrenceville, Georgia
02-07-1995
1966
1975
Bloomington, Minnesota
06-09-1995
1959
1971
Los Angeles, California
12-26-1995
1980
1981
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
12-11-1995
1943
1944
Appomattox, Virginia
02-24-1995
1938
1945
Edmonds, Washington
04-19-1995
1934
1942
Muskogee, Oklahoma
05-23-1995
1935
1944
Dyersburg, Tennessee
11-19-1995
1945
1952

Major League Baseball Players Who Died in 1995



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