Hall of Fame broadcaster Jerry Coleman, a former second baseman for the New York Yankees who interrupted his career to fly as a Marine Corps pilot in two wars, died Sunday, the San Diego Padres said. He was 89.

Coleman spent more than four decades with the Padres as a broadcaster. He also managed the team in 1980.

President Mike Dee said the Padres were notified by Coleman's wife, Maggie.

"It's a sad day," manager Bud Black said. "We're losing a San Diego icon."

Coleman was born in San Jose and attended Lowell High. He spent more than 70 years in pro baseball, a career that included four World Series titles with the Yankees and was interrupted by World War II and the Korean War. He flew 120 missions combined and was the only major leaguer to see combat in two wars.

Longtime Giants broadcaster Duane Kuiper mentioned the various halls of fame Coleman belonged to and added: "More than anything he's just a Hall of Fame guy. ... Here's a guy, what didn't he do in life?"

NFL

Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch was fined $50,000 for violating the league's media policy. Lynch stepped in front of a camera Friday and spoke for less than 90 seconds. It was the former Cal star's first time taking questions from the media all season. NFL spokesman Randall Liu said "until this past week, the league had been unaware Lynch had not been speaking."

Seattle hosts New Orleans in the playoffs Saturday.

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