Cory Fulton Lidle (March 22, 1972 – October 11, 2006) was an American right-handed baseball pitcher who spent nine seasons in the major leagues with seven different teams. He has a twin brother, Kevin Lidle, who was a catcher for several minor league teams.
Lidle was killed when the small aircraft he owned crashed into a residential building in New York City.
The spirit of the Cory Lidle Foundation is a opportunity for Cory's family, friends, colleagues, admirers and acquaintances to continue Cory's important mission of charitable giving. It also allows all of us the opportunity to come together in an atmosphere of celebration to remember our friend Cory and too share the many wonderful memories we hold on to.
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