The death of former major leaguer Jeremy Giambi was a suicide, the office of the Los Angeles County medical examiner-coroner said Friday. Giambi, 47, died Wednesday at his parents’ home in suburban Claremont.
Giambi, 47, died Wednesday at his parents’ home in suburban Claremont.
The cause of death was a gunshot wound, according to the coroner’s online case records.
A brother of five-time All-Star Jason Giambi, Jeremy Giambi spent six seasons in the major leagues as an outfielder and first baseman with Kansas City (1998-99), Oakland (2000-02), Philadelphia (2002) and Boston (2002-03).
He hit .263 with 52 homers and 209 RBIs. His best season was 2001, when he batted .283 with 12 homers and 57 RBIs for the Athletics.
¡Trágica noticia! La policía sospecha suicidio en la inesperada muerte de Jeremy Giambi, el ex grandeliga fallecido este miércoles con solo 47 años de edad. La nota: https://t.co/Kh2ligsy64 #MLB #Athletics pic.twitter.com/L3P5oDAwct
— Ignacio Serrano (@IgnacioSerrano) February 10, 2022
Ex-MLB player Jeremy Giambi has died at the age of 47. https://t.co/kCXyRuW1eF
— TMZ (@TMZ) February 9, 2022