Don Baylor, Former AL MVP, Has Passed Away At Age 68
Major League Baseball is in mourning today after the news came down that Don Baylor, who played for the California Angels and took home the American League MVP award in 1979, passed away Monday morning following a long battle with multiple myeloma, a form of cancer.
He was 68-years-old.
Baylor played 19 seasons in the majors for the Yankees, Red Sox, Twins, Orioles, Athletics, and Angels, ultimately winning the World Series with Minnesota in 1987.
He ended his career with 338 home runs and 1,276 runs.