Former MLB pitcher Jim Corsi passed away early Tuesday morning after a battle with liver and colon cancer. He was 60 years old.
The sad news comes just one day after an interview was released … where Jim said, “I’m at peace. I know if I die, I’m going to a better place,” according to Steve Burton of WBZ TV.
On Tuesday, Burton confirmed Corsi passed away overnight with his family at his side.
In the interview that aired Monday, Corsi — who had been battling Stage IV liver cancer and terminal colon cancer — urged people to stay on top of their health, something he wished he did a better job of in his younger years.
“I made a mistake when I was younger by not getting a colonoscopy,” Corsi said.
Former Red Sox pitcher Jim Corsi passed away from cancer peacefully overnight with his family by his side.