Thomas Leo Browning was an American professional baseball pitcher.

During a 12-year Major League Baseball career, he pitched for the Cincinnati Reds and the Kansas City Royals.

He also won the World Series with the Reds in 1990.

Browning retired with a 123–90 record, a 3.94 ERA, and 31 complete games.

His 123 wins as a Reds player rank 12th on Cincinnati's all-time leaders list.

Monday, the sheriff’s office says deputies were called to Browning’s home for a report of a man who was found not breathing.

The crowning moment of Browning’s career came on Sept. 16, 1988, when he threw a perfect game for a 1-0 victory over the Dodgers.

Browning suffered a fractured humerus bone in his left arm while pitching for the Reds at San Diego on May 9, 1994.