I’m not a huge sports fan but I love Major League Baseball, particularly when I can listen to it on the radio.

Kevin Foster spent a short time as an infielder and then pitched for seven years in the Majors, mostly with the Phillies and the Cubs. He died on Saturday after a six month bout with cancer, Renal Cell Carcinoma. According to his brother Mark Foster, Kevin was just a real likable guy that got along with most of the folks he met.

Kevin Foster spent five seasons with the Cubs and his best year was 1995 when he was 12-11 with a 4.51 ERA. He struck out 146 batters that season but also led the NL in home runs allowed with 32.
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