Don Sutton Passes Away – MLB Trade Rumors

Baseball Hall of Famer Don Sutton has actually died, his boy Daron announced Tuesday. The previous big league right-hander was 75 years of ages.
Sutton had a storied profession with the Dodgers, Angels, Brewers, Astros and Athletics from 1966-88. Most of his time in the majors (16 years) was spent with the Dodgers, with whom he generated 233 of his 324 regular-season victories. The Dodgers retired Suttons number in 1998.
Sutton is connected with fellow legend Nolan Ryan for 14th in ranks and wins seventh in innings pitched (5,282), having actually accumulated more than 200 frames in a tremendous 19 seasons. The workload never appeared to have an unfavorable impact on Sutton, as he completed his career with a 3.26 ERA and presently ranks seventh in strikeouts with 3,574. Sutton likewise earned 4 All-Star berths during his time in the bigs.
After he was done playing, Sutton hung around in the broadcast cubicle with the Dodgers, Braves and Nationals. Suttons longest run as a commentator was with the Braves, who placed him in their Hall of Fame 2015.
MLBTR grieves the loss of a baseball terrific and sends our condolences to Suttons family and fans.

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