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FILE - In this Oct. 14, 1983, file photo, Baltimore Orioles pitcher Mike Flanagan throws to a Philadelphia Phillies batter during baseball World Series game in Philadelphia. Former Cy Young winner Flanagan, who won 167 games over 18 seasons with Baltimore and Toronto, has died. Authorities found a body outside Flanagan's home on Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 24, 2011, and it was later determined to be the former left-handed pitcher. Flanagan was 59. The Orioles confirmed Flanagan's death Wednesday night. (AP Photo/ File)
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FILE - In this Oct. 14, 1983, file photo, Baltimore Orioles pitcher Mike Flanagan throws to a Philadelphia Phillies batter during baseball World Series game in Philadelphia. Former Cy Young winner Flanagan, who won 167 games over 18 seasons with Baltimore and Toronto, has died. Authorities found a body outside Flanagan's home on Wednesday afternoon, Aug. 24, 2011, and it was later determined to be the former left-handed pitcher. Flanagan was 59. The Orioles confirmed Flanagan's death Wednesday night. (AP Photo/ File)

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