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Former Twins pitcher Boswell passes away

Former Twins pitcher Boswell passes away

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Former Twins pitcher Boswell passes away
MINNEAPOLIS -- Former Twins pitcher Dave Boswell passed away on Monday. Boswell, 67, died of an apparent heart attack.

The right-hander played eight seasons in the Majors, seven of which were for the Twins (1964-70). He registered a 68-56 career record, with a 3.52 ERA. Boswell's career was highlighted by the 1969 season in which he went 20-12, helping Minnesota to a division title.

Funeral arrangements for Boswell in Baltimore are pending. He lived in Joppa, Md., with his wife, Lou. Those wishing to send their condolences can do so at the following address:
Dave Boswell Family
309 Roxbury Court
Joppa, MD 21085

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