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Former MLB players and others around the league played tribute to Bill Buckner after he died Monday. 

By Charlotte Carroll
May 27, 2019

Former All-Star Bill Buckner died Monday morning after a fight with Lewy body dementia at the age of 69. His death led to many tributes and memories shared by former players and teammates from around the MLB world. 

Buckner's most memorable moment came in the 1986 World Series, when as a Red Sox, he made a fielding error that allowed the Mets to win the game and then go on to win the World Series. On his 22-year career, he collected 2,715 hits, made one All-Star appearance and a National League 

Here's how the baseball world paid tribute to Buckner:

He played first base and outfield for the Dodgers, Cubs, Red Sox, Angels and Royals. 

 

 

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