Hall of Fame Manager Sparky Anderson Dies


Hall of Fame manager Sparky Anderson has died at age 76. Family spokesman Dan Ewald says Sparky died from complications of dementia. 

Anderson led the Cincinnati Reds to a World Series championship in 1975 and 1976 and the Detroit Tigers to the title in 1984. He was the first manager to win a World Series for both a National League and an American League team. 

He died one day after being placed in hospice care on Nov. 3. 

Our thoughts go out to Sparky's family and friends. 



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