Ex-MLB player Ryan Freel dead of apparent suicide
Former Cincinnati Reds star Ryan Freel died at age 36 of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, police told the Florida Times-Union. Freel, who shot himself at his Jacksonville, Fla., home Dec. 22, leaves behind a wife and three daughters. Ryan played major
Freel wasn't a Cub for very long, but deserves to be remembered.
Ryan Freel was found dead of a suspected suicide, leaving baseball fans to mourn the loss of a player who logged 594 games with five different teams during a MLB career that spanned eight seasons. First Coast News reported that Freel committed suicide,
Former Major League player Ryan Freel has commited suicide, as first reported by First Coast News.
During an eight-year major-league career that took him to five teams, Ryan Freel enjoyed a reputation among teammates as high-energy, outgoing and hilarious. That's why so many were shocked to learn that Freel, 36, was found dead Saturday in his