Carl Beane, the iconic Boston Red Sox public address announcer died at the age of 59 on Wednesday afternoon in a one-car crash in Sturbridge, MA. Beane suffered a heart attack that is believed to have caused the crash, according to an official press release from the team.
The Boston Red Sox today lost a member of their family, Public Address Announcer Carl Beane, who died after suffering a heart attack while driving his car in Sturbridge, MA. Beane, 59, had been the "Voice of Fenway Park" since the start of the 2003 season.
Beane's SUV crashed into a tree around 12:45 p.m. on Wednesday. Beane's car swerved off the road after crossing the double solid lines and hit a three. Beane had served as the Red Sox' PA announcer since 2003 after beginning his broadcasting career back in 1972.
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