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Baseball Player
    (April 3, 1961-March 23, 1993)
    Born in Tampa, Florida
    Died in Clermont, Florida
    Birth name was Stanley Timothy Crews
    Pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers (1987-92)
    He died months after signing a contract with the Cleveland Indians.
    He was drunk at the time he drove his boat into a pier which killed him and new teammate Steve Olin, and seriously injured fellow teammate and friend Bob Ojeda.
    He was the first active major league player since Thurman Munson to die during active play.
    He was a healthy scratch during the 1988 World Series.
    He was establishing himself as a closer at the major league level at the time of his death.
    He was described by former teammates as being easygoing.
    Prior to Spring Training, he often invited new teammates to his lakeside house for socials.
    Although he never got the chance to pitch a game for the Indians, the team took his number 52 out of circulation that season.

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