Former Phillies’ Darren Daulton with two brain tumors
Darren Daulton, a former Phillies All-Star player, has been diagnosed with two brain tumors.
According to NBC 10 Philadelphia, he will have surgery for the tumors early next week.
The radio station he works at made the announcement of both his diagnosis and his plans to go into surgery.
“Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family at this difficult time,” the radio station said in a statement, included in NBC 10 Philadelphia’s report.
The All-Star catcher played in the MLB for 14 seasons with the Philadelphia Phillies and ended his career with the Miami Marlins in 1997.
His batting average is a .245 having scored 135 home runs and 588 runs after batting. He was invited to play in the All-Star games in 1992, 1993 and 1995, and in 2010, Daulton was inducted into Philadelphia’s Hall of Fame.
His nickname for his radio show, Talking Baseball with Dutch, is “Dutch,” according to Bloomberg‘s report.
NBC 10 Philadelphia’s report included Daulton’s email address: email@example.com, for fans or anyone who would like to send their best wishes.