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ESPN Dallas' Richard Durrett, Who Focused On The MLB Rangers, Dies Suddenly At 38
Published June 18, 2014
TWITTER REAX: There was abundance of reaction to Durrett's sudden passing on Twitter. ESPN's Jayson Stark wrote, "I'm crushed by the passing of Richard Durrett. I was always blown away by his energy, work ethic & relentlessly upbeat take on life. So sad." FS1's Mike Hill wrote, "I'm in shock right now & so saddened by the news of Richard Durrett's death. A tremendous man & 1 of the nicest guys you'd ever meet." Fox Sports' Jon Morosi: "Richard Durrett was a great and tremendously versatile journalist, one of the kindest people I've met. This is so tragic." ESPN's Karl Ravech wrote, "Richard Durrett was as genuinely funny.. sincere and into his work as anyone I have come across in my 20 years. I will miss him." Astros Dir of Pro Scouting Kevin Goldstein wrote, "Shocked by the news of Richard Durrett's passing. Every interaction I had w/ him was warm, friendly, and welcoming. A rare trio these days." NFL Network's Albert Breer: "Shocked to hear about the passing of old DMN colleague Richard Durrett. Can't be many nicer people in our business."