Deaths in Sport on November 6

  • 1922 Morgan Bulkeley, American politician (US Senator - Connecticut 1905-11) and Baseball HOF administrator (NL President 1876), dies at 84
  • 1931 Jack Chesbro, American Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher (MLB wins leader 1902, 04 [41 wins], NY Highlanders), dies of heart attack at 57
  • 1964 Hugo Koblet, Swiss cyclist (1951 Tour de France, dies at 39
  • 1975 Annette Kellermann, Australian swimmer, silent-film actress (A Daughter of the Gods; Venus Of The South Seas), and author, dies at 87
  • 1978 Heiri Suter, Swiss road cyclist (Grand Prix Wolber [unofficial World C'ship] 1922, 25), dies at 79
  • 1979 Chick Evans, American golfer (US Open 1916), dies at 89
  • 1996 Tommy Lawton, footballer, dies at 80
  • 1998 Sky Low Low [Marcel Gauthier], Canadian professional wrestler, dies of a heart attack at 70
  • 2003 Rie Mastenbroek, Dutch swimmer (3 x Olympic gold 1936), dies at 84
  • 2004 Johnny Warren, Australian soccer player, dies at 61
  • 2006 Federico (Fico) López, Puerto Rican basketball player, dies of a heart attack at 44
  • 2006 Francisco Fernández Ochoa, Spanish alpine skier (slalom Olympic Gold 1972), dies of cancer at 56
  • 2007 George Grljusich, Australian sports broadcaster, dies at 68
  • 2012 M-16 [Ernest Mateen], American cruiserweight boxing champion, dies at 46
  • 2013 Clarence "Ace" Parker, American NFL quarterback (Brooklyn, Boston Yanks), dies at 101
  • 2019 Pat O'Sullivan, American golfer (Titleholders Championship 1951), dies at 93
  • 2021 Angelo Mosca, American football defensive tackle (CFL All Star 1963, 70 Hamilton Tiger-Cats) and pro wrestler, dies from Alzheimer's disease at 84
  • 2021 Pavol Molnár, Slovak soccer forward (20 caps Czechoslovakia; SK Slovan Bratislava, FK Inter Bratislava), dies at 85
  • 2021 Shawn Rhoden, Jamaican bodybuilder (Mr. Olympia 2018; IFBB British Grand Prix 2012), dies from a heart attack at 46
  • 2021 Tarak Sinha, Indian cricket coach (Indian Women's team 2001-02; Sonnet CC, Delhi; Aakash & Anjum Chopra, Rishabh Pant, Shikhar Dhawan), dies from lung cancer at 70