James Robert Dyck
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Jim Dyck, who hit 26 home runs in a 6-year career in the major leagues, died on Jan. 11, 1999 in Cheney, Wash.
In 330 games, he hit .246 with 26 home runs and 114 RBI. He also had four stolen bases.
His best season came in 1952 with the Browns when he hit .269 with 15 home runs and 64 RBI in 122 games -- with 74 games at third base.
Following his career in baseball, he was the owner of a bowling alley.