Ryan Minor was an American professional minor league baseball manager, baseball third baseman, as well as a professional basketball player. Ryan Minor played part of 4 seasons of major league baseball with the Montreal Expos and Baltimore Orioles from 1998 to 2001.
Recently, Ryan Minor has died at the age of 49. After hearing the news of Ryan’s death, there is a wave of grief among the players and their fans in the sports industry.
We are deeply saddened by the passing of former third baseman and longtime minor league manager Ryan Minor, who courageously fought cancer.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Ryan’s family and friends at this time. pic.twitter.com/7ajmZedNBK
— Baltimore Orioles (@Orioles) December 23, 2023
Ryan Minor Cause of death, Obituary
Recently, the news of Ryan Minor’s death is coming out. Ryan Minor died on December 22, 2023, at the age of 49. Ryan was fighting the battle of his life against cancer for a long time but on December 22, he lost his battle with colon cancer. Ryan Minor’s cause of death was colon cancer.
In late October 2022, Ryan was diagnosed with colon cancer. Ryan got himself admitted into hospice care in November 2023. A month before Ryan’s death, the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame announced that Ryan would be inducted in 2024.
The University of Oklahoma (where Ryan played basketball and baseball) confirmed Ryan’s death in a tweet and paid tribute. The Orioles released their statement on social media.
Oklahoma Athletics mourns the loss of Ryan Minor, a two-sport Sooner great.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Ryan’s family.
— Oklahoma Sooners (@OU_Athletics) December 23, 2023
Where is Ryan Minor from?
Ryan Minor’s birth name is Ryan Dale Minor. Ryan Minor was from Canton, Ohio, U.S. Ryan was born on 5th January 1974. Ryan’s age was 49 years. Ryan Minor’s nationality was American.
Ryan had a twin brother Damon Minor. He was also a Major League Baseball player. He played for the San Francisco Giants.