Bobby Brown, Yankees great and Fort Worth cardiologist, dies at 96

Dr. Bobby Brown, the former major-league player and Korean War doctor who became a practicing cardiologist in Fort Worth and later president of the Texas Rangers and the American League, has died in his Fort Worth home, a family member said Thursday morning. He was 96. Brown, who had been in declining health the past few years, fell in 10 days ago and was in hospice care. His wife, Sara, died in 2012. Brown had called Fort Worth home for more than 60 years, coming to Cowtown to enter private practice in 1958. While considered a clutch hitter for four World Series-winning New York Yankees teams…

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