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Old 08-06-2017, 11:49 PM
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Default RIP: Darren 'Dutch' Daulton

My (1990s) girlfriend's favorite because of his hair.

That's three ML catchers who have died of the same form of cancer.

Garry Carter & Johnny Oates were the others.


Daulton always played hard. He was only 55.
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Truly sad, super nice guy too.
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Very sad.

I was just thinking about him the other day for some reason?

RIP, Darren.
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Old 08-07-2017, 11:30 PM
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Dutch was on of the good ones & I always enjoyed watching him play for the Phillies along with all the other characters they had on that team. That team was a throwback for sure.

I'll never forget the horrible home plate collision when Ray Lankford bowled over Daulton in the 10th inning of a game back in 1991.

RIP Mr. Daulton, thoughts & prayers to his friends & family.

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