Todrick ‘Toady’ Hall passed away peacefully on Saturday, according to his family.
Hall, a two-time All-Star for the Cleveland Indians, passed away at the age of 90 after a long battle with cancer.
Todney Hall, his son, confirmed to the Associated Press that Hall passed peacefully at his home in Canton, Ohio, and that he was in good health.
Hall was a star on the Indians farm team, which made the World Series in 1967, before the team retired in 1972.
He also played in the Major Leagues from 1959-1961, the Cleveland Phillies from 1962-1966 and the Kansas City Athletics from 1967-1968.
Hall had an average annual salary of $12.5 million during his career.
He played in six World Series and three World Series rings, including a ring in the 1960 World Series, a ring the Cincinnati Reds won in 1968 and the 1972 World Series.
Hall was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1999.
Teddy Hall, a former teammate and a former player with the Indians, told The Associated Press in 2016 that Hall was “a legend” who always had an unwavering attitude and never flinched in the face of adversity.TODNEY HALL, FORMER ALL-STAR FOR THE CLEVELAND ILLUSTRATED: The Hall of Famer and Hall of Famers teammate and former teammate Tod Hall.
Hall’s family has released a statement on the passing of TodHall.
Told of the passing yesterday, I said:Tod Hall passed…TODD HALL’S FAMILY STATEMENT: Tod had the courage and grit to go through so much in his career, and he always showed up to every game with a smile on his face.
Tod never lost his drive to get better.
Tood Hall was a two time All-star for the Indians in 1969 and 1970 and was named a Gold Glove winner in 1969.
In 1970, he was inducting Hall of famers into the Baseball Hall of Honor.