By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Former Major League Baseball pitcher Tom Browning has passed away. He was 62.
An official cause of death has not been determined yet. TMZ Sports is reporting that he died “unexpectedly” around 1 pm today.
Browning is the only pitcher in Cincinnati Reds history to throw a perfect game. This happened during the 1988 season.
TMZ Sports is reporting that the Boone County Sheriff’s Office in Kentucky received a call this afternoon. Once they arrived, they found an unresponsive man.
EMTs tried to save his life. The report suggests that they did CPR for approximately 10 minutes. However, they were not able to bring him back.
Browning spent the majority of his career with the Reds. He spent part of the 1995 season with the Kansas City Royals.
He also won a World Series with the Reds.
In his career, he was 123-90 on 302 games. Browning made 300 starts. He had a career 3.94 ERA in 1,921 innings.
He also had one game finished. Browning had 31 complete games and 12 shutouts.© 2007-2023 The Capital Sports Report. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcasted, rewritten, or redistributed.