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BOSTON, Mass. (MULTIPLE SOURCES) — Jerry Remy, a former Red Sox Second Baseman, and acclaimed broadcaster, has died.

Remy, who was 68, died Saturday after battling cancer for 13 years. He was first diagnosed in 2008 and had gone through various treatments since. As a four-time cancer survivor, Remy was open about his health to the public. He battled with depression and smoking cigarettes as well, and he would urge his following to stop smoking in many broadcasts.

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