Nelson de la Rosa Dies

R.I.P. Nelson de la Rosa

Pedro Martinez and Nelson de la Rosa

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Sox '04 'Lucky Charm' Visits New York,
Then Dies in Rhode Island at 38

"[de la Rosa] fell ill shortly after arriving in Miami on Friday from Chile, where the Dominican national had been working in a circus. On Saturday, he traveled to New York then to Providence, where two of his brothers live." -- 10.22.06, New York Daily News

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