1960s' Dodgers' outfielder Ron Fairly passed away on October 30, 2019 at age 81.
Fairly played for the Dodgers from 1958-1969, playing in 4 World Series during that time (winning 3).
He joined the expansion Montreal Expos in mid-1969 (in a trade that returned Maury Wills to LA), and played for the Expos through the 1974 season. He was an everyday player through the 1973 season, also making his first of 2 All-Star teams that year.
After bench roles with the Cardinals and Athletics in 1975-76, he joined the expansion Toronto Blue Jays in 1977 and was once again an everyday player (as 1B/DH). He also made his 2nd All-Star team in '77.
Fairly finished up by playing for the Angels in 1978.
After his playing career he became a broadcaster for the Dodgers, Angels, Giants, and Mariners from 1979-2006.