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Ron Fairly

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Ron Fairly was a longtime Major League Baseball player and broadcaster. He won three World Series with the Dodgers and was a two-time All-Star.

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Our condolences and heartfelt prayers go out to the entire family. May the God of tender mercies grant you all love, peace and comfort. We know that you all must be so very proud of Mr. Fairlys accomplishments and the wonderful sports legacy he left touching the lives of many!

MM, Brandon, Mississippi





Ron was sometimes my roommate with the Blue Jays in 977,he was a great friend, consulate professional who helped all the young ball players. My fondest memory was in a game against the CWS. Ron batted 4th and I Batted 5th, before the inning started, RON called me over and said ....watch how Steve Stone pitches me, he will pitch you the same. He started off Ron with a hard slider in...he gave me the same pitch and i hit a single to right...next time up he gave me the same fastball away (Same...

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My Condolences to the family of Ron Fairly, may the God of tender mercy be with you at this time of sorrow.

My condolences go out to the family of Ron Fairly.

We miss you Ron
It was a great memory when we meet you in Peoria, Arizona in the spring of 1996. You were so gracious and kind. I saw you play in L.A. in 1959. RIP Ron.

Please accept my heartfelt condolences for your loss. May your treasured memories of Ron always fill your heart with love and peace

My condolences to Rons family during this very difficult time in your lives. I hope that your wonderful family memories will help lighten your sorrow.

Ron was a friend at Jordan High where his athletic skills were exciting to watch, both in basketball and baseball games. But more importantly, he was a truly nice guy - to everyone.

The last time I spoke with him was in a hotel lobby in Spokane. I was a new stewardess for United Airlines and we spotted one another...

Ronny was my first ML roommate with the 1976 St. Louis Cardinals. When he would take me around and introduce me to his friends, he would say, "I played with his Father Don Zimmer"! That was always a big laugh when we were together. My Dad and Ron were World Series Champions together with the early LA Dodgers. Ron treated me as a little brother and was really almost a father figure to me. He was a wonderful man that I will remember forever. My condolences to his children, we lost...