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Found my prized photo with the late, great #RayFosse at Fan Fest 2004 w/ ‘72, ‘73, ‘74 & ‘89 World Series trophies. 🏆
Sad he’s no longer with us but fortunate to have shared many moments with him and having him stick w/ the @Athletics for decades. 🙏🏼
Keep the A’s in Oakland!
Long after you're gone #RayFosse, we WILL still be talking about you. A true gentleman. #BaseballsBest Rest In Peace Ray~A nation’s prayers are w/you & your family. @RayFosseFanClub "Fosse still feels effects from 1970 All-Star Game collision espn.com/espn/wire?sect… via @bbtn"
Sad to learn that #RayFosse died on Wednesday. He was my voice of baseball for so many years.
Here is the way to make a POSITIVE lasting impression: The standout memory #RayFosse talks about here is that time when he first showed up at the @Indians clubhouse at 18 y/o and the veteran Rocky Colavito and showed him a little kindness. twitter.com/BallySportsCLE…
RIP #RayFosse 1970 was my first year following baseball, hence my first All Star game and first collecting #baseballcards The only card I needed to complete the 1970 set was Ray Fosse #184. I eventually got it by trading my double Nolan Ryan's. #worthit Thanx for great memories.
A moment of silence is held for former baseball player Ray Fosse before the start of Game 5 of the National League Divisional Series at Oracle Park in San Francisco, Calif., on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021. #sfgiants #oaklandathletics #rayfosse @SFGiants @Athletics
#rip #rayfosse Saddened by the passing of Ray today. It was '12 when the camera caught me on tv, Fosse noticed my plastic batting helmet. Many years I got to meet him in the booth & he always had time for me. Gonna miss the Fosse Day on the radio app. @Athletics @Athleticscast24
Praying for the family that surrounds Ray Fosse. He was one of the greats and will always be remembered that way #RayFosse
“It was a pleasure to watch his fierce determination as a player and a gift to have him in our front office as a broadcaster. Ray was one of the most gracious and generous people I have known.” #RIP #rayfosse @Athletics twitter.com/SportingGreenS…
@DanRusanowsky @SanJoseSharks @Athletics I'm not a crying type of person.. but I'll say I shed a few tears. He's been a voice I heard my whole life... He stared color commentary the year I was born...
No one is perfect but from everything I've heard and my own interactions.. #rayfosse was a good man.
This one really, really sucks. A’s lost a franchise icon yesterday, he was the voice I heard over the last 20+ years of watching the A’s. Arguably the greatest human to ever don the Green and Gold. Rest Easy Foss 💛💚 #rayfosse twitter.com/Athletics/stat…
#Prayers for #RayFosse and the family he leaves behind. He was a fine catcher, solid player, and good man. This consul will forever link him with Pete Rose and their 1970 ASG collision. May Ray rest now with Christ for eternity- sports.yahoo.com/longtime-athle…
@Athletics So heartbroken to hear about the passing of Ray Fosse. I grew up an A's fan and Ray's voice, just as Bill King's and Lon Simmons', will always remain with me. Thank you and RIP #rayfosse 🙏🏼