Local baseball legend Dean Chance has died. Chance passed away Sunday at his farm in New Pittsburg. The Northwestern High School graduate pitched eleven years in the Major Leagues. Chance still has numerous high school records as he went 52-1 during his high school days, throwing 17 no-hitters and helping the Huskies win the 1959 State Title. He would go on to pitch for five big league teams in 11 years compiling a record of 128-115 with a career era of 2.92. This would include winning the 1964 Cy Young Award with the L.A. Angels when he went 20-9 with 11 shutouts and a 1.65 era. Chance was just inducted this past August into the Angels Hall of Fame. He was 74 years of age.