Nelson de la Rosa Dies

R.I.P. Nelson de la Rosa

Pedro Martinez and Nelson de la Rosa

(Reuters Photo)

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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(Reuters Photo)

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