— Jeffrey Guterman (@JeffreyGuterman) August 2, 2020
Remembering Thurman Munson pic.twitter.com/wZMlKk3YdK
— YES Network (@YESNetwork) August 1, 2020
41 years ago today, we lost the last of the Yankees to wear the number 15... THURMAN MUNSON.
A great catcher, hitter, leader, father, and human being.
He will live in our hearts FOREVER! pic.twitter.com/JWgKqVdvk2
— BINO the Lion-Hearted (@GambinoMarc) August 2, 2020
My brother played ball with and was a friend of Thurman Munson. May they both rest in peace.
— Yanks/Chisox #MyBigBro (@SMybigbro) August 2, 2020
41 years ago today, theNY Yankees lost their heart and soul with the tragic death of their Captain, Thurman Munson. I still remember where I was when the news came down.
— Rich R. (@RLR58) August 2, 2020
I remember exactly where I was when I heard about the death of Thurman Munson. Stopped dead in my tracks and cried. It was my “where were you when you heard that Kennedy was shot” moment. pic.twitter.com/UtXPd3QQHz
— Steve Anagnos (@RealtorSteveNJ) August 2, 2020
41 years ago today NY Yankees great Thurman Munson was killed in a plane crash in Ohio. I remember that day well. pic.twitter.com/Jw9rmcc8XK
— Krupp Society (@KruppSociety) August 2, 2020
— Baseball by BSmile (@BSmile) August 2, 2020
— MP (@wiffleballmagic) August 2, 2020
— Big Mike (@MiaFins1) August 2, 2020