Funds Needed To Help All American Ryan Minor And Family Battle Cancer

Norman, Ok November, 18 (The Oklahoma Post)-

Fundraisers are being put together for former All-American Ryan Minor who has recently been diagnosed with stage four (4) colon cancer. A link can be found below to show your financial support. Over $60,000 has already been raised with a goal of reaching at least $100,000 in the coming weeks.

Ryan Minor was a former two-sport standout at the University of Oklahoma. Ryan was a standout basketball and baseball player for OU from 1993 to 1995.

Ryan was an All-American college basketball player at the University of Oklahoma. With the Sooners, he twice led the Big Eight Conference in points per game.[1] As a junior in 1995, he was named the Big Eight Co-Player of the Year.

He helped lead the Sooners as a sophomore in baseball by winning the 1994 College World Series and was named to the All-Tournament Team. 

Ryan was drafted by both the NBA and MLB.

From 1996 thru 2001, Ryan played professional baseball. His most notable contribution in the Major Leagues was being the first player to start in front of Cal Ripken Jr. to end his consecutive games played streak.

From 2006 thru 2021, Ryan coached professional baseball.

Ryan is married to Allyson and they have two children, Regan and Finley.

The family has set up a gofundme page for assistance with medical bills.

It’s always been a blessing to be around the Minor family. Let’s keep them in our daily prayers. More information can be obtained by accessing Damon Minors Facebook page.

(Writing by Gregory Moyer; Editing by Robbie Robertson)

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