Purple Sox World Sequence Champion Dies Abruptly at 54 After ‘Cardiac Occasion’ | The Gateway Pundit

Former Boston Purple Sox participant and 2004 World Sequence champion Dave McCarty has died after a “cardiac event” in Oakland, California.

McCarty was simply 54 years previous.

The Purple Sox introduced McCarty’s dying on Friday night in a submit on X.

“Our hearts are heavy with the passing of Dave McCarty,” the assertion started.

The assertion continued, “Playing 3 seasons with the Red Sox, he will forever be a part of the curse-breaking 2004 World Series championship team. We send our love to his wife, Monica, and their children, Reid and Maxine.”

No further particulars about his dying had been supplied.

The Purple Sox elaborated on his spectacular profession in a press release:

Born in Houston, TX, McCarty performed in 630 Main League video games with seven groups, together with the ultimate three seasons of his skilled profession with the Purple Sox from 2003-05. Earlier this month, he was at Fenway Park as a part of the 20-year anniversary of Boston’s 2004 World Sequence Championship season.

Chosen by the Minnesota Twins within the first spherical (No. 3 total) of the 1991 First-12 months Participant Draft out of Stanford College, McCarty performed for the Twins (1993-95), San Francisco Giants (1995-96), Seattle Mariners (1998), Kansas Metropolis Royals (2000-02), Tampa Bay Rays (2002), Oakland A’s (2003), and Purple Sox (2003-05). In 118 video games with Boston, he hit .286 (52-for-182) with 5 residence runs and a .794 OPS. McCarty appeared in 89 video games for the Purple Sox throughout their 2004 championship season, making 25 begins at first base and 6 within the outfield along with making three pitching appearances.

Following his taking part in profession, McCarty served as a NESN analyst from July 2005 by way of the 2008 season.

McCarty is survived by his spouse, Monica, and their two youngsters.