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    Schoeneweis wife found dead

    http://www.cbssports.com/mlb/story/11768946

    FOUNTAIN HILLS, Ariz. -- The wife of Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Scott Schoeneweis has been found dead at her home.

    Police say the cause of death hasn't been determined.

    The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says deputies found the body of 39-year-old Gabrielle Dawn Schoeneweis on the floor of the master bedroom in the family's suburban home shortly after noon Wednesday.

    Authorities say her 14-year-old daughter called the sheriff's office to report that she had found her mother lying there and unresponsive.
    Thoughts and prayers to that family, that's horrible.

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    Terrible news indeed.

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    Re: Schoeneweis wife found dead

    Geez, how awful. And for the daughter to find her...

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    Thoughts and prayers go out to the family and exspecially that little girl.
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    I'm not even gonna say it.

    Thoughts and prayers out to those family members.
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    Re: Schoeneweis wife found dead

    Ugggh, that's horrible.
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    Awful news and prayers to Scott and his daughter and there extended family.
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    Oh wow, that is so sad. My thoughts and prayers go out to Scott and his family.
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    My deepest sympathies to Scott and his family at this terrible time.
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    Horrible news!
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    Schoeneweis wants wife's cause of death private

    http://www.azcentral.com/sports/diam...it0718-CP.html

    by Ofelia Madrid - Jul. 18, 2009 12:00 AM
    The Arizona Republic

    Scott Schoeneweis, the Diamondbacks relief pitcher whose wife died unexpectedly in May, is asking the courts to keep the cause of her death secret.

    Thomas Lawless, Schoeneweis' lawyer, asked a Maricopa County Superior Court judge on July 9 to seal the death records, arguing that Gabrielle Dawn Schoeneweis' May 20 death "caused massive publicity that distressed Scott and traumatized their four children - ages 14, 7, 5 and 2."

    "The release of her death certificate and related documents will inflame the media once again and cause even more emotional turmoil and suffering for her family," Lawless argued.

    Schoeneweis' request was denied the same day by Superior Court Judge Barbara Hamner.

    Hamner acknowledged the family's desire for privacy and said the court was sympathetic to the concerns, but she noted in her written order that "personal concerns do not constitute grounds to seal or redact public documents."

    Schoeneweis immediately filed a special action in the Arizona Court of Appeals challenging the decision. The appellate court ordered Thursday that no information regarding Gabrielle Schoeneweis' death be released pending consideration of the matter.

    Dan Barr, an attorney for the Arizona First Amendment Coalition, agreed with the Superior Court ruling. Public-records law is not based on whether people become upset when information is released, he said.

    "I'm sure that Scott Schoeneweis is shattered by his wife's death and having it publicly discussed. I have no doubt about that," Barr said. "But that's not a reason to withhold public documents."

    Lawless did not return a phone call seeking comment.

    On May 20, Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies arrived to find Gabrielle Schoeneweis, 38, unresponsive in the family's Fountain Hills home.

    Schoeneweis was pronounced dead at the scene. The couple's 14-year-old daughter told sheriff's deputies she found her mother on the home's master-bedroom floor, officials said.

    At the time, a Sheriff's Office spokesman said there were no signs of foul play.
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    That's my age! That's terrible news for anyone.
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    Re: Schoeneweis wife found dead

    Reminds me of Dale Earnhardt's death. No autopsy photos were released. I realize this is a little different. Just made me think of that.
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    Re: Schoeneweis wife found dead

    Thomas Lawless, Schoeneweis' lawyer
    That can't be the same Tom Lawless the Reds once traded heads up for Pete Rose, can it?
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    Re: Schoeneweis wife found dead

    Quote Originally Posted by M2 View Post
    That can't be the same Tom Lawless the Reds once traded heads up for Pete Rose, can it?
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