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Former MLB pitcher Jim Hannan has died at the age of 85, according to an announcement from the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association. Hannan had a career that spanned from 1961 to 1971, spending the majority of his time with the Washington Senators. He finished his playing career with the Detroit Tigers and Milwaukee Brewers. Hannan was also instrumental in founding the MLB Players Alumni Association and served as its first president.
"Our Alumni Association owes its existence and current status to Jim Hannan and his impact," MLBPAA CEO Dan Foster said in a statement.