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Jerry Moses, a nine-year major league veteran mostly known for his time with the Boston Red Sox, died Tuesday at the age of 71.
Moses, a catcher, hit .251 with 25 homers and 109 RBIs over 386 career games from 1965-75. He was an All-Star in 1970, his final season with the Red Sox.
"Jerry was proud to have played for the Red Sox, and we were so thankful that he maintained his connection to us for so many years. The entire Red Sox family extends its condolences to Jerry's family and friends," the team said in a statement.
Moses also played for the California Angels, Cleveland Indians, New York Yankees, Detroit Tigers, San Diego Padres and Chicago White Sox.
--Field Level Media