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Twitter Pays Respect To The Late Chicago Cubs “Ron Santo”

 
Twitter Pays Respect To The Late Chicago Cubs “Ron Santo”

Today, online social networking site Twitter has been inundated with fans’ tributes to the late Chicago Cubs “Ron Santo.” The third baseman come broadcaster, sadly passed away on December 2 in an Arizona hospital leaving a huge fan base behind.

Ronald Edward Santo was born on February 25 1940, and made a name for himself as an American Major League Baseball third baseman. Babble.com reported that the celebrity will be remembered not only for this, but also for the work he did in raising money for juvenile diabetes, of which he himself, would suffer with, years down the line. Later on in Ron Santo’s career, he stopped playing to become a Broadcaster for the Cubs in 1990. He commentated alongside his buddy Pat Hughes which became known as the Pat and Ron Show.

Tweets from fans include “Summer will not be the same. RIP Ron Santo, from Spork19.”

RIP Ron Santo. I am truly going to miss listening to him. He was a legend and the ultimate Cubs fan, chubbarth.”

Feel free to leave us your own comments and tributes below. RIP Ron Santo. To find out more on the Chicago Cubs player, head on over to Babble.com.

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  1. Ronald Gaines says:

    Great people never die

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