>>Former Phillies' Outfielder Jeremy Giambi Dies At 47
(Undated) -- The world of baseball is losing another former player. Jeremy Giambi [[ jee-AHM-bee ]] died Wednesday, according to a statement from his agent. Giambi was 47-years-old and no details were released on the cause of death. The former big leaguer played six seasons with the Kansas City Royals, Oakland Athletics, Philadelphia Phillies and Boston Red Sox. His final season came in 2003 with Boston. The Phillies acquired Mr. Giambi for reserve outfielder John Mabry on May 22, 2002. Three days later, in his Phillies debut, he hit two homers against Montreal Expos starter Carl Pavano in a 13-9 loss. Six days after that, he went deep against Expos starter Javier Vázquez in his first at-bat for the Phillies at Veterans Stadium. His agent says Giamibi died at his parents' home in Southern California.