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Nearly six months after former MLB player Jeremy Giambi was found dead inside his parents’ Southern California home, details about his untimely death have been uncovered.
An autopsy obtained by the New York Post confirmed that Giambi, 47, committed suicide by shooting himself in the chest. He also left behind a suicide note. The Post went on to report that the gun used by Giambi was a Winchester Model 94AE lever-action repeating rifle.
The article goes on to state the following:
Giambi, who played for four teams throughout a major league career that spanned from 1998 through 2003, was found by his mother February 9.
According to the autopsy report, Giambi had suffered with a head injury after getting hit in the head with a baseball. The report says Giambi “had not been the same since and was very negative, emotional and paranoid since the head injury.”
Dr. Jesse Morse tweeted Friday, “Post-concussion syndrome lead to Jeremy Giambi’s death? Sounds very possible. Sad situation, awful outcome.”
Post-concussion syndrome lead to Jeremy Giambi’s death?
Sounds very possible.
Sad situation, awful outcome. https://t.co/a17GKXuFDx
— Jesse Morse, MD (@DrJesseMorse) July 1, 2022
Jeremy Giambi Struck In Head By Baseball 6 Months Before Suicide, ME Report Reveals.
He was “very emotional, depressed, and paranoid” in the months following the injury. Sounds like he had an undiagnosed brain injury. How profoundly sad. https://t.co/EwVAdZONs2 via @TMZ
— Chris Nowinski, Ph.D. (@ChrisNowinski1) June 30, 2022
— Chris 🇺🇸 (@Chris_1791) July 1, 2022
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