Sparky Anderson, foul-mouthed MLB manager, dies from dementia

sparky-anderson-gi.jpg George Lee "Sparky" Andreson, a Major League Baseball manager with three championships under his belt, has died. He was 76.

The former ball player died of complications from dementia on Thursday, Nov. 4, a day after his family placed him in hospice care.

Anderson began his official baseball career playing for the Santa Barbara Dodgers, then the Pueblo Dodgers, the Fort Worth Cats, Montreal Royals, the Los Angeles Angels, the Phillies and the Toronto Maple Leafs.