MLB all-star Dave “Hendu” Henderson has passed away at the age of 57. The former MLB outfielder died from a heart attack a month after undergoing a kidney transplant. Henderson played 14 seasons with 5 teams including having four 20 homer seasons and winning a world series with the 1989 Oakland Athletics. Henderson finished his career with 197 home runs and 708 runs batted in before retiring and becoming a broadcaster. Now, MC Hammer, NFL Hall of Famer Thurman Thomas, and the Oakland A’s are mourning his loss.
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