Brooklyn Dodger outfielder and fan favorite Andy Pafko has died.
The four time all-star had been suffering from Alzheimer's disease.
He is perhaps best remembered as being part of one of the most famous games in baseball history.
He was in left field when Bobby Thomson hit his "Shot Heard Round the World" that gave the Giants the 1951 pennant over the Dodgers.
He also played for the last Cubs team to reach the World Series.
Andy Pafko was 92 years old.