TRAGIC: MLB Star Found DEAD, The Cause Was…


Jeremy Giambi’s cause of death has been revealed and it is shockingly mind-blowing.

It was recently reported that Jeremy Giambi died at the young age of 47. At first, the cause of death remained unknown but now according to authorities, Giambi committed suicide.

These past months it’s becoming more like normal reading reports that celebrities died due to suicide, and it is really unsettling to know that these personalities were able to commit such acts. Many people around the country tend to commit suicide every day, not just celebrities but also common people but sadly in this society, we tend to focus on well-known names. But that doesn’t make someone else’s suicide deaths any less relevant or impactful.

The numbers that I am seeing lately is just heart-wrenching. Suicides overall are off the charts in “younger people” from all walks of life, and that’s really scary and disheartening.

Here’s an excerpt from the NBC News report:

Emergency room visits for adolescent suicide attempts soared this past summer and winter, especially among girls, perhaps in connection to America’s struggle with Covid-19, new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data revealed Friday.

There was a 22.3 percent spike in ER trips for potential suicides by children aged 12 to 17 in summer 2020 compared to 2019, according to findings published in the CDC’s “Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.”

That trend seemed to continue into this recently completed academic year as visits were up by 39.1 percent this winter, compared to the previous winter, the report said.

TMZ also reported :

Authorities were called to the “Giambi household” late Wednesday morning, and he was found dead.

Authorities believe he “died by suicide,” according to the same TMZ report.

The piece goes on to say that Giambi played for the Royals, Athletics, Phillies, and Red Sox over the course of his career … earning a .263 batting average and hitting 52 home runs and 209 runs batted in.

His best season came in 2001, when he played in 124 games and had 12 homers.

The A’s issued a statement on Jeremy’s death, saying … “We are heartbroken to learn of the passing of a member of our Green and Gold family, Jeremy Giambi. We offer our condolences to Jeanne, Jason, and his family and friends.”

Jeremy is the brother of Jason — the American League MVP in 2000, who played for the Athletics, Yankees, Rockies, and Indians.

It’s so sad to read news like this, real hopelessness from our younger people who don’t have another choice but to have themselves vanished from this world because of the loneliness that they are fighting alone.

According to experts caused in part because of the Fauci lockdowns and all the Dem-endorsed restrictions and rules that have changed so many people’s lives for the worse.

People are seeing darkness and depression that is slowly washing over the country.

Sources: Wayne Dupree, NBC News, TMZ

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