Former Mets Side-Arming Reliever, 59 Year Old Jeff Innis Has Died Of Cancer

Jeff Innis Death

Jeff Innis Death, Obituary, Jeff Innis Cause Of Death – Jeff Innis a former Mets side-arming reliever, who initially pitched for the New York Mets from the year 1987 till 1993, has reportedly passed on as a result of a deadly disease he was diagnosed of which is reported to be cancer. The former Mets reliever passed away at 59.

According to reports coined from Jay Horwitz, who is Mets’ spokesman, we were made to know that Innis gave up the ghost in Dawnsonville, Georgia, Jay Horwitz, in his reports made it that the sad news reached Mets after the son of the deceased, Keenan Hinted the club of the sad news.

The deceased in his lifetime had made a total of 288 appearances for the Mets side backed up by a start in his rookie season, and he also finished 10-20 with a 3.05 ERA, striking out 192 and walking 121 in 360 innings, aside this record, he also had five big league saves, which includes three in his final season.

Innis was also a graduate of the University of Illinois and was chosen by the Mets on the 13th round of the 1983 amateur draft. He recently visited Mets’ fantasy camp back in November. In a tribute written by former Met, Ron Swoboda, we noted it that the deceased was loved by all of the campers as he was known to have always related to everyone. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

We extend sincere and most heartfelt condolences to all who mourn his sudden demise at this time, we ask that his gentle soul be reposed. Innis is survived by wife Kelly, his loving daughter Shannon and beloved son Keenan.

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