The baseball player Tommie Agee died at the age of 58. Here is all you want to know and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
Center fielder of the Miracle Mets who made two of baseball’s most well-known catches during the team’s incredible World Series run.
Out of college in Grambling University he played briefly in the National League and then became the AL Rookie of the Year.
He made his first historic catch backhanded, sprinting at full speed, and he held on as he bounced off the wooden fence in the outfield.
How did Tommie Agee die?
Agee dies of cardiac arrest at 58. NEW YORK — Tommie Agee, the center fielder who made two of the greatest catches in World Series history to help the New York Mets win their unexpected title in 1969, died Monday of a heart attack. He was 58.