Major League Baseball lost one of its good guys today, as Jim Fregosi died at the age of 71 after suffering multiple strokes last night. Phillies fans remember him as the man at the helm of the '93 World Series team. He was also one helluva shortstop back in the day with the Angels, Rangers, Mets, and Pirates. A career .265/.736 hitter with 151 HR over 18 seasons and a 6 time All Star. He also managed the Angels, White Sox, and Blue Jays with a career 1028-1094 record (1991-1996 with the Phillies, 431-463 record). He's a baseball lifer, having spent time as an advisor and scout with various organizations throughout the years. Rest in peace Jim.