Dwight Smith, a sprinter up for NL the new hotness who played in Atlanta's World Series-winning group in 1995, passed on Friday, the Braves declared. He was 58.

The Braves said the previous outfielder and subbing in expert passed on from congestive 

heart and lung disappointment. He lived in rural Peachtree City, around 30 miles south of Atlanta.

Smith played in the major associations for quite a long time, beginning with the Chicago Cubs,

parting a season between the Angels and Baltimore Orioles prior to joining the Braves for his last two seasons.

His child, Dwight Jr., has additionally invested energy in majors, most as of late with Baltimore in 2020.

The senior Smith served for the most part as a special hitter with the Braves in 1995, hitting .252 with three homers and 21 RBIs in 103 games.

Atlanta crushed Cleveland in six games to dominate the World Series. with Smith seeming multiple times as a special hitter. He went 1 for 2 with a walk.