Former MLB Pitcher Reveals He Has A Terminal Illness

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By Andrew Holleran A former Major League Baseball pitcher has revealed that he’s been diagnosed with a terminal illness at 60. Jim Corsi, a former MLB relief pitcher, has revealed that he’s been diagnosed with Stage IV liver cancer and colon cancer. His doctor has reportedly told him that he doesn’t have very long to live. The former MLB pitcher spoke about his diagnosis in an interview with WBZ-TV Boston. Corsi, who was joined by his two daughters in the interview, was asked if he’s afraid of dying. “No,” Corsi said. “I’m at peace. I know if I die, I’m going to a better place. That’s the No. …

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