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Topic - Mike Dee
Hall of Fame broadcaster Jerry Coleman, a former second baseman for the New York Yankees who interrupted his pro career to fly as a Marine Corps pilot in World War II and Korea, died Sunday after a brief illness, the San Diego Padres said. He was 89.
As Dan Marino campaigned for Miami to be chosen the site of the 50th Super Bowl, he made no pretense about being objective on the subject.
The Miami Dolphins deployed cheerleaders and other employees to locations in three counties Monday to advertise the NFL's return.
"If there was any place Jerry Coleman could be Jerry Coleman, it would be San Diego, with this being a military town and with his military background," Dee said. "The symmetry between his life and this community transcended the Padres. San Diego was Jerry and Jerry was San Diego."
Padres president Mike Dee said Coleman died at a hospital Sunday afternoon.