Well this could change things.
A new report from law enforcement sources claim
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Brad Halsey, a former major league pitcher, has died at the young age of 33.
He apparently died in a "recreational climbing accident" near New Braunfels, Texas — his home.
The local sheriff's office is investigating his death and working with a medical examiner. We assume that's to confirm the accidental nature of this tragedy.
After seven intense games, the San Francisco Giants beat the Kansas City Royals 3-2 on Wednesday to win the World Series!
Congrats, San Fran!!
Apparently lots of celebrities watch baseball because boy did they tweet about the big win!
All sorts of people threw in their 2-cents, with different celebs tweeting:
This is an absolutely heartbreaking example of a bright star that never got a chance to shine to its full potential.
22-year-old Oscar Taveras, regarded as one of the top prospects in MLB, tragically died on Sunday after a fatal car accident in his home of the Dominican Republic.
The St. Louis Cardinals outfielder was reportedly driving on the highway with his 18-year-old girlfriend Edilia Arvelo when he lost control of his car and drove off the road. Edilia also died in the crash.
Cardinals General Manager John Mozeliak spoke out about the sad news, saying:
We have a feeling it will take Aaron Lewis a LONG time to live this major flub down.
Aaron, who is best known for his role as the front-man of the band Staind, completely DESTROYED the lyrics to the national anthem at Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday.
While the first moments of the Star-Spangled Banner started out fine, things went downhill real quick when Aaron sang:
It's still so hard to believe that Robin Williams is actually gone.
The whole world is still missing Robin, so his life and career were celebrated at Game 5 of the World Series!
It all went down at AT&T Park in San Francisco on Sunday, with Robin's kids Zak, Zelda and Cody.
There was a tribute that showed all of Robin's best characters up on the big screen, reminding us of how talented he really was. But that's not all.
These are two happy campers!
This adorable, and HIGHlarious celeb couple shared a pic from the Kansas City Royals game on Wednesday night, and they were too cute!
The new parents shared a smooth with not only each other but also with the Twitterverse when they shared this pic (above)!
They may not be married yet, but
These radio people must be some pretty diehard fans!
The San Francisco Giants are in the World Series against the Kansas City Royals and a couple of radio stations in San Fran will NOT be playing one particular song to show their support for their favorite MLB team.
And it's Lorde's Royals that seems to be suffering from this kind of support!
Radio stations KFOG Radio and 96.5 KOIT have said they have pulled the song from their lineup until after the World Series is over.
Lorde has said in the past that the inspiration for the song's title came after the musician saw former player George Brett in a Royals uniform back in 1976, so the song does reference the team that probably everyone in San Francisco despises right now!
However, one Kansas City radio station will be fighting back against this ban!
Kansas City radio station 99.7 The Point will be playing the Royals song once every hour from 7am to 7pm on the day of the first game's opener.
Talk about fighting fire with fire!
Take that you couple of San Francisco radio stations!