Who Is Lamarr Hoyt? Wikipedia Explored
Lamarr Hoyt is a former MLB pitcher who played for the Chicago White Sox and San Diego Padres.
He was selected by the New York Yankees as a fifth-round selection in the 1973 Major League Baseball draft. Later, he was traded to the Chicago White Sox for whom he made his MLB debut.
LaMarr Hoyt has passed away.— ⚾ J. Daniel ⚾ (@JDaniel2033) November 30, 2021
He won the 1983 Cy Young Award with the WInning Ugly White Sox but fell victim to drug abuse and was out of baseball by 1987. He was 66 years old. pic.twitter.com/PpfbJjwaOs
Although Hoyt found quite a success with the White Sox, his drug addiction cost him his career. He was out of the MLB after he fell victim to drug abuse. The 1983 American League Cy Young award winner was arrested multiple times for possession of illegal substances.
His fans and well-wishers have stormed on social media and have shared their condolences on their platforms. He had an incredible two seasons in 198 and 1983. Fans still remember those two seasons and Hoyt was untouchable in those two seasons.
Hoyt has been featured on Wikipedia.
Lamarr Hoyt Death cause And Obituary: Is He Dead?
Lamarr Hoyt passed away at the age of 65 years old. He died on November 29, 2021, after spending more than a month in the hospital.
His death cause has yet to be revealed. Official news on his death has yet to be released but many news portals have confirmed the news.
Saddened by the news that LaMarr Hoyt has passed away. Was the best pitcher on our amazing 1983 @WhiteSox club, the Cy Young Award winner. Always a good guy to me, enjoyed our conversations & his music! RIP, LaMarr. 🖤🌽⚾💔— Dan Evans (@DanEvans108) November 30, 2021
An official obituary has yet to be released. However, people are sharing an obituary for the player.
We hope to update it as soon as possible.