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Joe Morgan, Baseball Hall of Famer and Longtime ESPN Broadcaster, Dies at 77

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Joe Morgan, the Hall of Fame second baseman and sparkplug of the Cincinnati Reds' Big Red Machine who went on to spend more than two decades as a baseball broadcaster, has died.

He was 77. Morgan died at his home Sunday in Danville, California, family spokesman James Davis said in statement Monday. He was suffering from a nerve condition, a form of polyneuropathy.

His death marked the latest among major league greats this year: Whitey Ford, Bob Gibson, Lou Brock, Tom Seaver and Al Kaline.

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