Wednesday, October 11, 2006

RIP: Cory Lidle

Word on the street is that MLB pitcher Cory Lidle of the New York Yankees was on the plane that crashed into the condo today.

Lidle was only 34. He was piloting the plane on the east side of Manhattan, NY.

In his 9 seasons, he played for seven teams. He was 82-72 with a 4.57 ERA in his career.

I hate the Yankees but it's always sad when ballplayers die, especially before their time.

John Kruk and Steve Phillips are talking about this situation on an early Sportscenter.

My thoughts and prayers are with the Yankee organization and the friends and family of Cory Lidle.

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