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Snake Bytes: 10/3 - Bob Gibson, R.I.P.

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The iconic Hall of Famer has passed away at the age of 84.

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Hall of Famer Bob Gibson (1935-2020)

The iconic Hall of Famer and intimidating St. Louis Cardinals legend, Bob Gibson, passed away on Friday at the age of 84 from complications with cancer. The former Cardinal and Harlem Globetrotter leaves one of the most memorable impressions on the game of any player to have suited up..

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