Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda, 80, in critical condition after ‘cardiac incident’

Hall of Famer Orlando Cepeda, 80, in critical condition after

Baseball Hall of Famer and longtime https://www.indiansedge.com/cleveland-indians/francisco-lindor-jersey Giants starOrlando Cepeda, 80, remainedhospitalized Wednesdayin critical condition followingwhat the team describes as “a cardiac incident” Monday evening in the Bay Area.Please keep Orlando Cepeda and his family in your thoughts and prayers. #ForeverGiant pic.twitter.com/SNRXf19fPa San Francisco Giants (@SFGiants) February 21, 2018His family has asked for privacy, and the Giants’ statement read, in part, “Please keep Orlando Cepeda and his family in your thoughts and prayers.”Cepeda appeared healthy last month at former teammate Willie McCovey’s 80th birthday part at AT&T Park, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.Nicknamed theBaby Bull because of his thick build, Cepeda was NL Rookie of the Yearin 1958, the year the Giants moved to San Francisco from New York.One of the game’s star power-hitters through the 1960s and early ’70s https://www.indiansedge.com/cleveland-indians/danny-salazar-jersey , the first baseman-outfielder was traded to the Cardinals in 1966 for pitcher Ray Sadecki and won the NL MVP award in 1967 as St. Louis won the World Series, cementing the trade as one of the worst in Giants history.Cepeda played17 seasons, all but the final two- Yonder Alonso Jersey plus yearsin the National League, hitting .297/.350/.499 with 379 homers and 1,365 RBIs.He retired in 1974 andwas elected to the Hall of Fame in 1999 on a Veterans Committee ballot. He has been a community representative for the Giants since 1987.

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