Former Red Sox Pitcher Jim Corsi Dies at 60 Following News of Terminal Cancer

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Sports Illustrated

By Ben Pickman He had stage four liver cancer and colon cancer, saying in a November interview, “I made a mistake when I was younger by not getting a colonoscopy.” Jim Corsi, a pitcher who spent 10 years in MLB, spending most of his career with Athletics and Red Sox died Tuesday after dealing with liver and colon cancer, the Red Sox announced Tuesday. He was 60 years old. In an interview with Boston’s WBZ-TV that was taped in November but aired this past Sunday, Corsi said, “I got liver cancer, stage four, and colon cancer. I made a mistake when I was younger by not getting a colonoscopy. “I s…

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