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Brewers television analyst Davey Nelson dies at age 73

Davey Nelson joined the broadcast booth at FOX Sports Wisconsin in 2006 after spending five years as a coach in the Brewers organization.

Davey Nelson, a former All-Star infielder for the Ranger and tv specialist with the Makers, has passed away at the age of 73.

The Makers declared that Nelson, who was a trainer in the company for 5 decades before shifting to the transmitted unit in 2006, passed away Thursday after fighting lengthy sickness.

"Davey took every probability to convert a quick release into a lengthy term connection, and his heritage will survive in the beneficial effect he had on the lifestyles of so many individuals," Makers CEO John Schlesinger said in an argument. "Davey's passion for a lifetime and dedication to assisting those in need were second to none, and we are so thankful for the time that we had with him. Our ideas and wishes are with his close relatives and all of those who liked him."

Nelson performed 10 periods in the degrees with the Indians, Royalty and the Senators/Rangers series. He was an All-Star for the Ranger in 1973, when he batted .286 with 43 thieved angles.

Nelson batted .244, obtained 340 operates, had 211 RBIs and took 187 angles during his profession. He was also a trainer with the White-colored Sox, Sporting, Ranger and Royalty.

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