Moe Berg cause of death

Moe Berg’s Death – Cause and Date

Born (Birthday) March 2, 1902

Death Date May 29, 1972

Age of Death 70 years

Cause of Death Falling

Profession Baseball Player

The baseball player Moe Berg died at the age of 70. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Baseball catcher became better known as a spy for the Office of Strategic Services, the predecessor of the CIA.

Able to speak Japanese, he was chosen to the 1934 U.S. All-Star team that played in Tokyo; and during the trip took footage of the city skyline that later was used in the WW II Doolittle bombing raid.

He was a brilliant student, able to speak multiple languages, and was said to be able to speak seven languages, but his lifetime batting average was .243; how me made the All-Star team was never formally disclosed.

Personal Life

He was born to a Russian-Jewish family in Manhattan, New York. His father was a pharmacist.

He was inducted into the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, along with other notable baseball players like Shawn Green.

How did Moe Berg die?

Berg died on May 29, 1972, at the age of 70, from injuries sustained in a fall at home. A nurse at the Belleville, New Jersey, hospital where he died recalled his final words as: “How did the Mets do today?” (They won.)