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Tom “Otis” Hellmann, the veteran clubhouse manager for the Cubs, passed away on Wednesday night, the team confirmed on Thursday. Hellmann worked with the Cubs for 41 of his 50 years in Major League Baseball.

In a statement, Cubs owner Tom Ricketts said, “I’m saddened by this loss.” “Otis is the most committed member of this team and organisation that I can think of.” Throughout his 41 seasons, he looked after innumerable players, coaches, and staff that called our clubhouse home. He was the epitome of a carer. He was a cherished member of our family and will always be so.

At the end of the previous season, Hellmann received recognition from the Clubhouse Managers Association for reaching 50 years in the game. In 2016, his peers named him Clubhouse Manager of the Year.

Hellmann played with the Reds for nine seasons prior to joining the Cubs.

Mary, Hellmann’s spouse, and their three children, Theo, Hanna, and Lena, survive him.

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