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    Former Red Ryan Freel dies

    Former major league outfielder Ryan Freel has died at the age of 36, with the cause of death ruled as a suicide.
    Freel was drafted by the Blue Jays in the 10th round of the 1995 draft, and broke into the big leagues with them in 2001. He's best remembered for the six seasons he spent with the Reds from 2003-2008 in which he hit .272/.357/.377 with 114 RBI and 140 stolen bases. Since his retirement from professional baseball, Freel was part of an organization that coached youth baseball players.

    Source: Rotoworld.com

    Always loved his style of play. What a huge shame. RIP

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    Damn, I also liked him, even tho I didnt see much of him. Seemed like a Eric Byrnes, all out all the time guy.

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    Wow rip
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    Rip...

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    @JustinBarneyTU: Former MLB player and Jax native Ryan Freel, 36, died today from a self-inflicted shotgun blast, friends and JSO, reports.
    Vía Twitter.

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    19 Inning game...and the Pirates get ROBBED! Jerry Meals should get FIRED! And then just work for the Braves. What a shame for baseball.

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    wow sad news

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    I always loved his hustle. I wish more players played like he did.

    RIP Ryan
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    Quote Originally Posted by jej View Post
    Damn, I also liked him, even tho I didnt see much of him. Seemed like a Eric Byrnes, all out all the time guy.
    that's the guy i thought of when comparing his play. Although I am not a Reds fan, whenever the Reds played the Dodgers, I always liked watching him play. RIP

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    May he RIP.

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    holy ****. he was one of my favorite players. damn thats sad. RIP Ryan. RIP
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    Loved his play. I grew up watching this guy battle it out with the Stros on the regular. He was an extremely talented utility man, he was a smart hitter. It sounded like he'd been helping a lot of kids work on baseball. I hate he took his life RIP.

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    Wow, RIP. He was so much to watch, loved his style of play.
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    how long until his family sues major league baseball?

    seems to be par the course for stuff like this

    sad though cause the dude obviously had severe issues and needed some help

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    Long concussion history with him, scary to think what that does to the brain. Totally depressing story.
    2013

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    Wow. I remember he was banged up all the time, probably due to him flailing all over. I also loved how he played.

    Props.LgnD.

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