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ESPN baseball reporter Pedro Gomez dies at 58

Pedro Gomez, left, passed his passion for baseball onto his son Rio, who is now a pitcher in the Boston Red Sox organization. Matthew J. Lee/The Boston Globe/Getty Images

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Pedro Gomez, an ESPN reporter since 2003 and one of the country’s foremost baseball journalists, died unexpectedly Sunday. He was 58.

Gomez, who was based in Phoenix, covered baseball for SportsCenter, Baseball Tonight and other ESPN studio shows, live events and radio. During his 35-year career, he covered more than 25 World Series and more than 20 All-Star Games.

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