Baseball Coach Mike Martin died at 79, See Mike Martin Cause of death and Obituary

Michael David Martin Sr was known as Mike Martin. He was a well-known American baseball coach of the Florida State Seminoles baseball team.

Mike Martin is the all-time winningest coach in NCAA Division 1 college baseball. Mike Martin compiled a record of 2029 wins and 736 losses and 4 ties in 40 seasons of collegiate coaching throughout his career.

Recently the news of Mike Martin’s death is coming out. Mike Martin died on February 1, 2024, in Tallahassee, Florida, United States, at the age of 79. Mike Martin’s cause of death was a diagnosis of Lewy body dementia. He was suffering from three years.

ACC Commissioner Jim Phillips released a statement and said:-

“We are deeply saddened by the passing of Mike Martin, an incredible man who had a profound impact on countless individuals throughout his amazing life.” “There is no way to ever replace the man simply known as ’11’ — the winningest coach in NCAA baseball history, a Hall of Famer and a giant within the ACC and college athletics. For as decorated as he was for his accomplishments as a coach, I will always remember Mike’s passion and devotion to his players, his faith, and most importantly, his treasured family. Our thoughts and prayers will remain with his beloved wife Carol, his three children — Mike Jr., Mary Beth, and Melanie — and the entire Martin family.”

Mike Martin reflected on the bad luck that followed him in the CWS in a 2019 interview. Mike Martin said:-

“There might be a lot of voices saying, ‘You have a nice house. You have the most unbelievable wife a man could ask for. You have three healthy children. You have just about anything a man needs, and you’re griping about never winning a national championship?'”

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