Two weeks after pitching his final game for the Reds, Army Reserve First Lieutenant pilot Marvin Goodwin’s plane goes into a tailspin and crashes near Houston’s Ellington Field. The 34 year-old right-hander, who appeared in four games for Cincinnati, three as a starter, and posted an 0-2 record, which included two complete games, will die in three days as the result of being badly injured, with two broken legs, a fractured skull, along with severe internal injuries.