Blue Jays honour one of their best infielders
Tony Fernandez, a five-time all-star, has died at the age of 57.
Fernandez is known for being one of the greatest infielders in Blue Jays history.
He had battled kidney problems for several years, and was in critical condition in a Florida hospital after coming down with pneumonia.
Fernandez spent most of his career as a shortstop.
He played 12 seasons over four stints with the Blue Jays. He's the franchise leader in games played (1,450), hits (1,583) and triples (72).
Funeral arrangements are pending.
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