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Funeral for Gabrielle Schoeneweis
No signs of foul play in death of D-Backs pitcher's wife - No signs of foul play. That's how investigators are describing the sudden death of the wife of a Diamondbacks player. azfamily.com's Tess Rafols reports.
SCOTTSDALE -- The Arizona Diamondbacks were represented by several pitchers at Monday's memorial service for the wife of reliever Scott Schoeneweis.
The funeral was on Monday morning at the Messenger Pinnacle Peak Mortuary in Scottsdale -- and Arizona will be getting ready to play a home day game against San Diego.
D-backs manager A.J. Hinch says he wants his players to be there for Schoenweis and if it were a night game, the team would have chartered a bus.
Schoeneweis returned to the Phoenix area after his 39-year-old wife, Gabrielle, was found dead at their home Wednesday.
Hinch says the team still has little information about her death. The medical examiner, however, was looking into it.
Schoeneweis was placed on the bereavement list and left the team when he received the news before a doubleheader at Florida on Wednesday.
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