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What did Dizzy Dean die of?

What did Dizzy Dean die of?

Heart attack
Dizzy Dean/Cause of death
RENO, July 17 (AP) — Dizzy Dean, a farmboy who pitched his way into the Baseball Hall of Fame with a blazing fastball, died here early today in St. Mary’s Hospital at the age of 63. Mr. Dean had suffered a severe heart attack on Monday after complaining of chest pains last Thursday in South Lake Tahoe; Calif.

What happened Dizzy Dean?

Dean died July 17, 1974, at age 64 in Reno, Nevada, of a heart attack, and was buried in the Bond Cemetery.

What is Dizzy Dean’s real name?

Jay Hanna Dean
Born Jay Hanna Dean on Jan. 16, 1910 in Lucas, Ark., Dean attended public school only through second grade. His colorful personality and eccentric behavior earned him the nickname “Dizzy”.

What did Dizzy Dean say about bragging?

It ain’t bragging if you can do it. The doctors x-rayed my head and found nothing. I won twenty-eight games in thirty-five and I couldn’t believe my eyes when the Cards sent me a contract with a cut in salary.

Where is Dizzy Dean buried?

Dizzy Dean

Original Name Jay Hanna Dean
Birth 16 Jan 1910 Lucas, Logan County, Arkansas, USA
Death 17 Jul 1974 (aged 64) Reno, Washoe County, Nevada, USA
Burial Bond Cemetery Bond, Stone County, Mississippi, USA
Memorial ID 266 · View Source

When did Dizzy Dean die?

July 17, 1974
Dizzy Dean/Date of death

Who said if you can do it it ain’t bragging?

Quote by Walt Whitman: “If you done it, it ain’t bragging.”

Who was Dizzy Dean’s broadcast partner?

Buddy Blattner
In 1953 ABC-TV began the Game of the Week with the outrageous former Cardinals pitching star Dizzy Dean announcing alongside a little-known ex-infielder, Buddy Blattner. No recordings exist, but the first voice heard on baseball’s first weekly network television series was probably Blattner’s.

Who said it ain’t bragging if you can back it up?

Muhammad Ali
Muhammad Ali, the self-and-widely proclaimed “Greatest of All Time,” is gone.

Why is Dizzy Dean buried Mississippi?

With no Major League team in the Deep South during Dean’s playing career, the border-state Cardinals were a special favorite of southerners, and Dean’s brash southern persona intensified the bond. Dean was a longtime resident of Wiggins, Mississippi, and was buried there after his death on 17 July 1974.

Why are the Browns called the Browns?

At a league meeting in Chicago, the Killileas requested to move to St. Louis, which was granted. The team moved to St. Louis and changed their name to the “Browns.” This referred to the original name of the 1880s club that was called the Brown Stockings, and by 1900 had become known as the St.

What number was Dizzy Dean?

17St. Louis Cardinals / Pitcher
Dizzy Dean/Number