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Steve Boros

Steve Boros (AP Photo)
Steve Boros (AP Photo)

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October 14, 2011 "Although it is far after the fact I cannot tell you how sad I was to hear of Steve's passing. We first met when he played for Buffalo and kept in contact for several years after that. Steve was a warm and caring person and I will always have fond memories of him." - Cathy Murch-Gustafson (Hamburg, NY)
May 18, 2011 "To the Boros family:
I send my sincere condolences.

Steve was my favorite player since the 1961 season. I had the pleasure of meeting him several times and thought he was such a nice person--very self-effacing and modest. I once took a friend to meet him before a game when he was the third-base coach for Baltimore. My friend said, "I bet Elayne is your number one fan." Steve said, "Beside my family, she's my only fan!" I know that's not true--and I know he'll be deeply missed." - Elayne Steinhardt (Southfield, MI)
February 18, 2011 "To Boros Family, I was 12 years old working for the Birmingham Barons as a ball boy and also shagged balls in the outfield during batting practice. A very nice young man that played 3rd base always brought out a extra glove for me to use in the outfield. It was Steve Boros and even now as a 64 year old I have never forgotten that special person. My he rest in peace." - Charles Perricotti (Birmingham, AL)
January 26, 2011 "To Shar,
I lost track of you two not long after we had dinner in San Diego. I have fond memories of Steve and of our days at Michigan. I used to come out an hour early and throw him batting practice, as he never had enough. He was a class act and a bright, enjoyable person to be around. Marian and I send our love, as belated as this may be. We are now living in Bloomfield Hills after retiring from the ministry in Del Mar." - (Rev.) Cory & Marian Randall (Bloomfield Hills, MI)
January 15, 2011 "To the Boros Family,
My prayers and thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Steve was a very special person and I learned so much from him. He was a great coach, but more importantly he was a great human being. His kindness and thoughtfulness towards others will never be forgotten." - Dave Nelson (Lakewood Ranch, FL)
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Obituary for Steve Boros
DETROIT (AP) — Former big league manager and infielder Steve Boros, who later played a key behind-the-scenes role in one of baseball's most thrilling...
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