Former Milwaukee Braves pitcher Gene Conley, who won championships in both baseball and pro basketball, has died. Conley helped the Braves win the 1957 World Series and was a three time All Star with four Major League teams. At the same time, he played in the N-B-A starting in 1958 and won three straight titles with the Boston Celtics. He also played for the Boston Red Sox in the early 1960s, and that team announced that Conley died on Tuesday. He and his wife also started the Foxboro Paper Company in Foxboro, Massachusetts