New Delhi, April.4 (ANI): Former Mumbai cricketer Ranjan Baindoor has recently passed away after suffering a heart attack.
66-year-old Baindoor who retired last year, was the chairman of the Mumbai Cricket Association’s Under-19 selection committee.
Expressing his grief over his death, Baindoor’s former team-mate Ravi Thakur said that the former was his dear friend and that they had spent so many years playing together, ESPNcricinfo reported.
Baindoor appeared in 16 first-class matches in his long career, smashing 316 runs at an average of 19.75. The former Mumbai player also scalped 20 wickets, including his best figures of four for 32.
Baindoor also notched up two half-centuries, both of which came during his side Ranji Trophy semi-final showdown against Haryana. He struck career best 96 and followed it up with 86 in the second innings. (ANI)