Former Big League Outfielder Oscar Gamble Dead At 86

Former Big League Outfielder Oscar Gamble Dead At 86

NEW YORK (AP) — Oscar Gamble, an outfielder who hit 200 home runs over 17 major league seasons, has died of a rare tumor of the jaw. He was 68.

Gamble, recognizable during his playing days for an Afro that spilled out of his helmet, died Wednesday at UAB Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama, according to his second wife, Lovell Woods Gamble.

She said he was diagnosed with a benign tumor of the jaw, ameloblastoma, about nine years ago. It became ameloblastic carcinoma in 2016 and he had the first of several operations that August. He entered the hospital on Jan. 22. She said he never chewed tobacco.

Gamble spent seven seasons with the New York Yankees in two stints, playing for AL pennant winners in 1976 and 1981. He lived in Montgomery. help homework school dance concert critique essay best viagra alternatives over counter levitra alliance crushing viagra information kuwtk viagra episode buy thesis papers online example of apa format essay middle school essay topic esl article review writers websites usa star shaped writing paper cialis pennsboro generic why does viagra stop working listing words in an essay problems with propecia characteristics of a good hypothesis enter here my family essay spm see harcourt homework helper trophies kann man viagra kaufen ohne rezept viagra ice cream selfridges READ MORE STORIES ON BLACKAMERICAWEB.COM:


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