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John Marzano
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Baseball Player
    (February 14, 1963-April 19, 2008)
    Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Attended Temple University
    Catcher for the Boston Red Sox (1987-1992), Texas Rangers (1995) and the Seattle Mariners (1996-1998)
    Host of's 'Leading Off'
    Died by falling down the stairs following a heart attack at age 45
    He was overshadowed by Dan Wilson in Seattle.
    He spent most of his career as a backup.
    He got into a brawl with Paul O'Neill in a game against the New York Yankees which caused a 10 minute delay with cleared benches and bullpens (August 28, 1996).
    He played for the silver medal winning U.S. team along with Mark McGwire, Barry Larkin and Will Clark at the 1984 Summer Olympics.
    Mariners fans referred him as a cult hero as he ended Paul O'Neill's argument with an umpire.
    He was the namesake for the Marzano Baseball Academy.
    After his playing career was done, he took up a career as a sports reporter.

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