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    Jose Lima - RIP

    Died of a heart attack just today, he was 37.

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    Re: Jose Lima - RIP

    wow, seems like he should be on the mound today...RIP
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    Re: Jose Lima - RIP

    Wow.. Awesome, funny guy. Brought a lot of fun to baseball.. RIP
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    Re: Jose Lima - RIP

    Man was he tough back in 1999. Lima Time!

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    Re: Jose Lima - RIP

    Man, that sure is surprising. He sure was entertaining to watch. RIP

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    Re: Jose Lima - RIP

    I had no idea he retired. I thought he was in someone's minor league system working his way back up or something.

    Awful news.....and so young.

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    Re: Jose Lima - RIP

    Lima Time! a lot of people thought he was too animated and cocky .....I wish more people had the passion and was thankful as he was for being able to play the game.

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    Re: Jose Lima - RIP

    He was great for the game. RIP

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    Re: Jose Lima - RIP

    Certainly a shocker - only 37. Too bad. I have to say I never really was a fan, but he did have some outstanding years. Today we remember only the good. God be with his family.

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    Re: Jose Lima - RIP

    This is heartbreaking. He autographed one of my hats at an Astros game when I lived in Houston. So young to suffer from a heart attack...what a bummer.

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    meet him several times.he was always fan friendly.
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