CLEVELAND - The widow of Cleveland Indians Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller has donated memorabilia to benefit hospice.
Feller died in December 2010 at the age of 92 after months of battling acute leukemia. He was cared for by Hospice of the Western Reserve during his last days.
Feller’s wife, Ann, donated 49 items of clothing memorabilia in honor of the legendary pitcher for an online sale. All of the money will go towards the care of hospice patients in northeast Ohio. The sale, which begins on Monday, is not an auction.
To purchase a piece of baseball history, go to www.Hospicewr.org/bob-feller.
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