Many MLB players were shocked to learn that their former colleague Darryl Hamilton was killed in an apparent murder-suicide and mourned his passing on Twitter.
Former MLB player Darryl Hamilton was killed in an apparent murder-suicide Sunday afternoon in Texas. After the news was announced on Monday, many former MLB players, including several of Hamilton's teammates, mourned his passing on Twitter.
Police believe Hamilton, 50, was shot multiple times by his girlfriend, Monica Jordan, 44, before Jordan turned the gun on herself.
Hamilton was remembered as a kind, fun-loving man by his colleagues and the media members who covered him.
Devastated and sadden to hear Darryl Hamilton has passed. RIP ''Ham Bone''. Thoughts & prayers are with the family.— Cecil Cooper (@CecilCooop) June 22, 2015
I am shocked by the terrible news about my former teammate Darryl Hamilton. I will always remember his smiling face and positive attitude— Don August (@DonAugust38) June 22, 2015
My thoughts and prayers are with his family and especially his young kids. RIP Hambone, you'll surely be missed— Don August (@DonAugust38) June 22, 2015
Man Darryl Hamilton. Fun to play against. Hard nosed and always smiling. RIP my brother. Very sad news— greg swindell (@GregSwindell) June 22, 2015
omg iam very shock about a great man darryl hamilton news very sad day for this game we miss a awesome guy our prayers for him and family— Ozzie Guillen (@OzzieGuillen) June 22, 2015
so sad to hear this about Daryl. played against him a lot. good man. prayers to for his family and his children very sad news— Ozzie Guillen (@OzzieGuillen) June 22, 2015
My buddy Darrell Hamilton rest in peace my brother great teammate— Lenny Harris (@LennyHarris) June 22, 2015
Way to soon. I'm numb to this senseless act of violence. Bone you will be missed immensely. Our hearts are crushed. RIPDarrylHamilton— Sean Casey (@TheMayorsOffice) June 22, 2015
RIP DHam-Just can't believe this is real..You will be missed bro.— cliff floyd (@CliffFloyd30) June 22, 2015
Thoughts and prayers out to the family of Darryl Hamilton. Great man, great teammate, and even better person. RIP DHam.— Dan Plesac (@Plesac19) June 22, 2015
Baseball lost a great man today. What a senseless act of violence. Sad day. RIP Darryl Hamilton— Tim Wakefield (@TimWakefield49) June 22, 2015
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