Real Cormier, The Sothebao who spent 16 seasons in MLB Especially in the Olympics before and after playing in major tournaments, He passed away on Monday. He was 53 years old. The Philadelphia Phillies confirmed that Cormer He died of cancer In his home in New Brunswick, Canada.
Cormer holds a prominent place in Phillies’ history with the winning stadium in the last Philadelphia match he won at Veterans Stadium in 2003, and he also scored the first victory for Velez when he moved to Citizens Bank Park in 2004.
In his career, he was aged 71-64 with two saves and 4.03 eps with St. Louis, Boston, Montreal, Philadelphia and Cincinnati. A member of the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, Cormer made 683 matches – among his countrymen, only Paul Quantrell (841) has more games in majors.
Cormer had other notable appearances on the hill.
Three years before his MLB debut, he came to Canada at the 1988 Seoul Olympics. In 2008, a year after his last major league match, he came again to Canada at the Beijing Olympics – – he entered the tournament by playing in the tournament Great for men.
“Rheal was one of the most energetic people I have had the pleasure of meeting,” Jim Thum, former teammate and Hall of Famer, said in a statement released by Team Phillies. “He loved baseball, but he always put his family first.”
Cormier made his Cardinals debut in 1991 and was a head start in his career. He laid his only luck in 1996 with Expos.
He has survived his wife Lucien, son Justin, and daughter Morgan.