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Topic - Ralph Kiner
The New York Mets will honor late broadcaster Ralph Kiner by wearing a uniform patch all season and having an on-field ceremony on opening day.
Baseball Hall of Fame says Ralph Kiner has died at age 91.
The renowned slugger led the National League in home runs the first seven years of his career.
Ralph Kiner was a smash as a slugger, launching so many home runs over the left-field wall at old Forbes Field that fans nicknamed it his corner.
Kiner, one of the most beloved figures in franchise history, announced games on television and radio for 52 years and hosted a popular postgame show called "Kiner's Korner."
"On Father's Day, we again wish you all a happy birthday," he also said.