Dave Henderson, the 14 year veteran who won a World Series in 1989 with the Oakland A’s, passed away on Sunday at the age of 57, due to a heart attack.
Henderson, an All-Star outfielder with the A’s, started his career with the Seattle Mariners from 1981-1986 before being traded to the Red Sox in ’86 and helping Boston reach the World Series with a clutch home run in the ALCS against the California Angels.
Hendu, known by family and friends, played with Boston for two seasons before moving on to the Giants (1987), then A’s (1988-1993) and finishing his MLB career with the Royals (1994).
In 14 seasons, he batted a combined .258, with 197 home runs, and 708 RBI’s.
David is the Co-Founder and Executive Editor of Legends On Deck®, as well as a Co-Host on Legends On Deck Podcast. David was a Senior Editor for MetsMerizedOnline.com, MetsMinors.net and Contributor for Hardballchat.com that spanned from 2010 to 2014. David made his MLB Debut as a writer in June 2014, while covering the NY Mets at Citi Field, for MetsmerizedOnline.com. David also coaches baseball for ages 13-15, a Babe Ruth League team in his local community. David's passion is coaching the game he loves to the future Legends of Tomorrow as well as making available a website that people can have fun sharing and reading. David is also passionate about his career as a Mortgage Loan Officer which allows him to help many families reach their dreams of owning a home.
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