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Mets legend Tom Seaver diagnosed with dementia

Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Tom Seaver was recently diagnosed with dementia, announced his family in a statement released by the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Thursday. As a result, Seaver "has chosen to retire entirely from the public life." "Tom will continue to work in his beloved winery in his home in California, but has chosen to retire completely from it. public life, "the statement says. "The family is deeply appreciative of those who have supported Tom throughout their careers, on and off the field, and who does it now by honoring their privacy request. We join Tom and send warm greetings to everyone." Seaver, 74, struck in the majors 1967-1986, contemplating New York Mets, accumulated 311 victories in the process. Along the way, Seaver, a 6-foot-1 right, was a 12-hour All Star, won three Cy Young Awards and helped Mets win his first world series in 1969. As an ace for "69" Miracle "Mets, won Seaver 25 matches <p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "In addition to his time in New York , Seaver also set Cincinnati Reds Chicago White Sox and Boston Red Sox . Seaver threw a non-hitter as a member of Reds on June 16, 1978. "data-reaktid =" 27 "> In addition to his time in New York, Seaver also sent for Cincinnati Reds, Chicago White Sox and Boston Red Sox. -hitter as a member of Reds on June…

Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Tom Seaver was recently diagnosed with dementia, announced his family in a statement released by the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Thursday.

As a result, Seaver “has chosen to retire entirely from the public life.”

“Tom will continue to work in his beloved winery in his home in California, but has chosen to retire completely from it. public life, “the statement says. “The family is deeply appreciative of those who have supported Tom throughout their careers, on and off the field, and who does it now by honoring their privacy request. We join Tom and send warm greetings to everyone.”

Seaver, 74, struck in the majors 1967-1986, contemplating New York Mets, accumulated 311 victories in the process.

Along the way, Seaver, a 6-foot-1 right, was a 12-hour All Star, won three Cy Young Awards and helped Mets win his first world series in 1969. As an ace for “69” Miracle “Mets, won Seaver 25 matches

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