Orlando Cepeda, a Hall of Fame first basemen has passed away at the age of 86.

Viewed as one of the most decorated players in the history of the San Francisco Giants, Cepada posted a .297/.350/.499 slash line with 379 home runs during his career as well as finishing with 2,351 hits and 1,365 RBI.

His career saw Cepada win the NL MVP once, become a World Series in 1967, be named an 11-time All-Star and saw his Giants No.30 retired.

Spending the majority of his career with the Giants (1958-66), he would also play for the St. Louis Cardinals, Atlanta Braves, Oakland Athletics, Boston Red Sox and Kansas City Royals.

“Our beloved Orlando passed away peacefully at home this evening, listening to his favorite music and surrounded by his loved ones,” his wife, Nydia, said in a statement released by the Giants.

“We take comfort that he is at peace.”

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Nicknamed 'Baby Bull', he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999 where his legacy will continue.

“We lost a true gentleman and legend,” Giants chairman Greg Johnson said.

“Orlando was a great ambassador for the game throughout his playing career and beyond.

"He was one of the all-time great Giants and he will truly be missed.

"Our condolences go out to the Cepeda family for their tremendous loss and we extend our thoughts to Orlando's teammates, his friends, and to all those touched by his passing.”