Tigers announce passing of longtime radio analyst and World Series champion Jim Price

Tigers announce passing of longtime radio analyst and World Series champion Jim Price

The Detroit Tigers announced the news of franchise legend Jim Price’s death on Tuesday. Price, one of the longtime voices of the Tigers on radio as well as a member of Detroit’s 1968 World Series championship team, died at 81 years old.


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