MLB World Reacts To Death Of Longtime Center Fielder

The Major League Baseball world is mourning the loss of a longtime center fielder on Sunday night.

Chuck Carr, an eight-year Major League Baseball veteran, died at the age of 55 on Sunday evening. He played for several different teams throughout his career, including the Marlins.

The veteran outfielder was on the inaugural Florida Marlins team.

"Chuck Carr, key centerfielder on the inaugural Florida Marlins team has died at age 55 after battling cancer.

He led the NL in steals in 1993. Also played for Mets, Cardinals, Astros and Brewers in eight-year MLB career," Nick Diunte reported on Sunday night.

Carr played for eight different teams over the course of his career. He led the National League in steals once.

The MLB World is paying tribute to Carr on social media on Sunday night.