Darryl Hamilton Former Met Star Murdered last Sunday

Another tragedy came into light as the renowned Darryl Hamilton found dead this weekend. To get into detail former Mets outfielder Darryl Hamilton was murdered this weekend which can be saying as a murder-suicide in Pearland in Texas. Authorities are saying that he was gunned down on the door step by the mother of his infant child. This was a horrible tragedy.

Darryl Hamilton Former Met Star Murdered last Sunday

On the crime scene officers replying to a domestic trouble call this Sunday found Hamilton’s body near the front appearance of a residence in the Houston suburbs.

This was shocking incident and more to that Monica Jordan who turn 44 was also found dead in another part of the home. The scene was described by the officials as the Hamilton was shot more than once and Jordan died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

The child who remain unharmed doesn’t know of any tragedy is released in the custody of child care. According to the officials:
“The couple’s 13-month-old child was found unharmed in the home. The baby was released to Texas Child Protective Services for the safety purpose.”Neighbors told the paper they had not seen any preceding trouble in the home. This was also very shocking to them.

Commissioner Rob Manfred with the rest of Major League Baseball is surprised and distressed by this disaster. Commissioner issued a statement saying that he was a gifted and friendly individual, and we were pleased to call him an associate of the Baseball Family. We still can’t believe this has happened. From the Major League Baseball and the known associates he presents his deepest empathies to Darryl’s family and his numerous friends through our game.

Hamilton was a known basketball league devoted member from the start and as he turns 50, he hit .291 during 13 seasons in the major leagues. He ended his career by playing portions of three seasons with the Mets by subsidizing to the squad that grasped the World Series in 2000. He was free in 2001 after a quarrel with then-manager Bobby Valentine. This was told by the Jim Duquette who was the Mets’ assistant GM at the time.

Hamilton had been employed for MLB Network as a studio expert. On the day when he did not appear for a television presence on Monday morning, the control room at the network initiated inquiries as to his location. The Mets always love him and will honor Hamilton during a moment of silence prior to the next home game.

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