Oscar-Gamble-Obituary

Oscar Gamble

Dec 20, 1949 – Jan 31, 2018 (Age 68)

Obituary

Oscar Gamble, baseball slugger who was known for his big hair, has died at the age of 68, according to multiple news sources. For full coverage and obituary from Legacy.com, click here.

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Oscar, you are still missed to this day. It is very lonely without you, especially around the holidays. Thank you so much for being there for me during the most difficult times of my life. Thank you so much for being a great husband, friend and companion. We truly know that God is still alive within us, only he can truly sustain us, and everything is God's plan.

R.I.P.

I would like to express my deepest condolences to the family for their loss of an athletic man. I hope you find comfort and help in God during this time of sorrow.

Thank you Oscar, Cleveland enjoyed the professional smile Shine on shine on let your lives be filled with joy because we care about you and family too ..

RIP Oscar.
I met Oscar thru the Yankee Fantasy Camp 15 years ago .
I was privileged to have the opportunity to spend many hours with him!
I will miss you my friend!

May you Rest In Forever Peace Oscar Gamble. The lives you touched and the moments in life that you shared will always be remembered. You will always be in our hearts.

Rest in Paradise.... may God give his family the strength to carry on and my he be their strength during this time of losing their love one. We love you guys and are here if you need us. Ja'Lexis and Karen

Much love and appreciation for you, family,

Mary Gambles Boone and Family

Oscar Gamble first meet him in 1976 when I was a 12-year old kid, Mickey Rivers cousin, Dwayne, introduced us and I got to to know Oscar over the years later. About five years ago, I sat down with him at the lunch room in Tampa at a fantasy camp luncheon he was there working at that my late cousin attended and he was such a nice, intelligent person we laughed about the old days back in Fort Lauderdale when he came there for spring training. He was a very hard working, hustling ballplayer who...