Scott Sanderson, Former Cubs and White Sox Pitcher, Dies At Age 62

Updated On 12 Apr, 2019 Published On

Scott Sanderson, the former Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox pitcher, has died at the age of 62.

His death was confirmed by Conway Farms Golf Club in Lake Forest, where he was a member. The club told Associated Press that Sanderson passed away on Thursday, April 11. The cause of death was not given.

Sanderson, who helped the Cubs make two playoff appearances, was a member of four postseason teams during his career of nearly two decades.

The Cubs took to Instagram to pay tribute to the late baseball player, sharing their deepest condolences with his family and friends. The team wrote that they are saddened by the death of former #Cubs pitcher Scott Sanderson.

Here's the tweet, check it out.

Sanderson went 16-10 in 208 innings, with a 3.81 ERA over 34 starts as a Yankee in 1991.

He was 163-143 with a 3.84 earned-run average for Montreal (1978-1983), the Cubs (1984-1989), Oakland (1990), New York Yankees (1991-1992), Los Angeles Angels (1993, 1995-1996), San Francisco (1993) and Chicago White Sox (1994).

He made the playoffs with Montreal, the Cubs and Athletics.

Rest In Peace Scott Sanderson!

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