White sox announces Minnie Minoso a treasured all-star outfielder from Cuba who died on Sunday. He was the first black player out of Latin America. His age is estimated to be 89 when he passed away.
Charlie Rice, his son say is death could have resulted from heart ailment. He was remembered as the coolest ball player during the 1950s. He won the Gold Glove three times. Though he never managed to be elected to the Hall of fame.
He participated his first full season on the majors by the year 19651 and the sporting news claimed that he was the leading rookie.
It seems he retired after the 1964 season but he gamed later in Mexico. All through his years he stood to be the best Chicagoans. In the 1991, He never played the second Comiskey Park at the white sox.