Lethal Heart Attack For Rusty Staub: 73-Year-Old 'Mets' Right Fielder Died In The Hospital
March 30, 2018
Rusty Staub, the legend of the 'Mets', the world-famous philanthropist died at the age of 73. His former team was just about to start the new season, but the veteran didn’t manage to see the match, passing away a few hours before the beginning.
Rusty devoted 23 years of his sports career to baseball, playing mostly on the right field. He joined his first team, the 'Houston Colt', in 1963, and six years after, he was purchased by the 'Montreal Expos'.