SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Former San Francisco Giants pitcher Jim Poole has died, the group introduced on social media Saturday afternoon. He was 57 years previous.
Poole, who performed faculty baseball at Georgia Tech, spent three seasons in San Francisco from 1996 to 1998, together with the 1997 marketing campaign by which the Giants gained the NL West. The reliever pitched a complete of 105.1 innings as a Large, in accordance with Baseball-Reference.
The Giants didn’t disclose the circumstances of Poole’s passing.
Poole performed 11 MLB seasons, together with stints with the Dodgers, Phillies and Rangers. He posted a profession ERA of 4.31 in 363 innings.
“The #SFGiants are saddened to study of the passing of former Giants pitcher Jim Poole. Poole spent elements of three seasons within the orange and black, together with the ‘97 division-winning marketing campaign. We prolong our deepest condolences to the Poole household,” the Giants wrote on X.
“It broke my coronary heart this morning to study of Jim Poole’s passing,” Georgia Tech head baseball coach Danny Corridor stated in a press release. “He was a first-class husband, father and teammate. He liked Georgia Tech and was devoted to serving our coaches and gamers for a few years. He epitomized the which means of a Tech Man. God relaxation his soul.”