Brant Alyea Passes Away
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Former major league outfielder Brant Alyea has passed away at the age of 83, according to an obituary from a Philadelphia funeral home. Alyea played for several teams during his career, including the Washington Senators and Minnesota Twins.
Former major league outfielder Brant Alyea passed away on February 4, according to an obituary from a Philadelphia funeral home. He was 83.
Alyea started his professional career with the Cincinnati Reds before being drafted by the Washington Senators. He had a successful season with the Minnesota Twins in 1970, hitting 16 home runs and having an excellent .291/.366/.531 line.
The 6'3″ Alyea connected on 16 homers with an excellent .291/.366/.531 line over a career-high 290 plate appearances for Minnesota in 1970.
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