Mr. Cincinnati Reds. Perfect Tom Browning has passed away at the age of 62

Former Cincinnati Reds player Tom Browning has died, according to the Boone County Sheriff’s Office. He was 62. The Boone County sheriff’s office was called to Browning’s home Monday at about 1:01 p.m. to a report of a man not breathing, and deputies found a man, identified as Browning, unresponsive on the couch inside the home. EMS attempted lifesaving measures but were unsuccessful, and Browning was pronounced dead at 1:13 PM. No foul play is suspected in connection with Browning’s death. The Boone County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed his remains have been recovered and will release them to a funeral home of the family’s choosing. Browning is the only Reds pitcher to pitch a perfect game. The former Cincinnati Red threw MLB’s Twelfth Perfect Game in 1988, beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 1-0 at Riverfront Stadium. The Cincinnati Reds issued a statement following Browning’s death. Read the full statement below. “The entire Reds family is shocked and deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Tom Browning. He is affectionately referred to as ‘Mr. Perfect,” Tom was a true Reds player who, after his playing days, made the Cincinnati area his home and remained deeply involved with the organization. The Reds Hall of Fame has touched the hearts of fans at team events, Reds Hall of Fame ceremonies and Reds Community Fund activities. We join Reds Country at Mourning the loss of our all-time greats, who created so many memories and magical moments for all of us. Our deepest condolences to Tom’s family during this difficult time.” Fellow Reed Barry Larkin paid tribute to Browning, tweeting “RIP my friend Mr. Perfect Tom Browning. We shared some great times as well as the same birthday 4/28. We will miss you.”

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Former Cincinnati Reds player Tom Browning has died, according to the Boone County Sheriff’s Office. He was 62 years old.

The Boone County sheriff’s office was called to Browning’s home Monday at about 1:01 p.m. to a report of a man who was not breathing.

Deputies found a man, identified as Browning, unresponsive on a couch inside the house.

MPs and EMS tried to take measures to save lives but it was not successful.

Browning was pronounced dead at 1:13 p.m

No foul play is suspected in connection with Browning’s death.

The Boone County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed his remains have been recovered and will release them to a funeral home of the family’s choosing.

Browning is the only Reds pitcher to pitch a perfect game. The former Cincinnati Red threw MLB’s Twelfth Perfect Game in 1988, defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers 1-0 at Riverfront Stadium.

The Cincinnati Reds released a statement following Browning’s death. Read the full statement below.

“The entire Reds family is very surprised and saddened to hear the news of Tom Browning’s death. He is affectionately referred to as ‘Mr. Perfect,” Tom was a true Reds player who, after his playing days, made the Cincinnati area his home and remained deeply involved with the organization. The Reds Hall of Famers touched the hearts of fans at team events, Reds Hall of Fame ceremonies and Reds Community Fund activities. Join the Reds Country Mourning the loss of our all-time greats, who created so many memories and magical moments for all of us. Our deepest condolences to Tom’s family during this difficult time.”

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Fellow Reed Barry Larkin paid tribute to Browning, tweeting “RIP my friend Mr. Perfect Tom Browning. We shared some great times plus same birthday 4/28. We will miss you.”

This content is imported from Twitter. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, on their website.

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