AGE: 33 (December 2, 1968 – June 22, 2002)
CAUSE OF DEATH: Coronary Disease
COMPLEX SAYS: Not much is expected from someone selected in the 30th round, but Kile made three all-star teams, had a 20-win season, and recorded this no-hitter during his 11-year career. In his last game, Kile pitched seven and two-thirds innings giving up just one run in a 7-2 victory over the Anaheim Angels. Just four days later, after failing to show up for a pregame warm-up, Kile was discovered in his hotel room having died from a heart attack.