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October 21, 1940 - February 12, 2009
| Age 68
Atwood, Kan. - Ted Uhlaender, a former major league outfielder whose daughter races for the U.S. skeleton team and is eyeing her second Olympic berth, died Thursday. He was 68.
Uhlaender died after a heart attack, the San Francisco Giants said. He had worked as a scout for the team since 2002, and was diagnosed with bone marrow cancer last year.
He spoke with his daughter, Katie Uhlaender, by phone Thursday morning, shortly before she ended the World Cup skeleton sliding...
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