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Yewry Guillen the Washington Nationals prospect contracted bacterial meningitis that ended his life at the early age of 18, he lived with his father and two sisters, Huffington Post reports.
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DeadSpin has their original point of view about Barry Bonds’ trial, where as you already know he was found guilty.
PopSugar has the awesome photos of L.A Galaxy David Beckham shirtless, having a glorious time along with his gorgeous sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz while Victoria was in London.
Bumpshack tells us what happened to True Blood actor Stephen Moyer at the 35th Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race in Long Beach, California on Friday.
Just Jared has the exclusive photos of FC Barcelona Gerard Pique showing his girlfriend, Colombian singer Shakira, affection while both had lunch in Barcelona on Friday.
Dlisted shows us Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps’ new look, that’s right Michael is sporting a beard in Las Vegas.
The Big Lead tells us how a party at the University of Colorado and Hugh Hefner’s empire are teaming up, in fact they do that annually.
Now back to our news about Yewry Guillen, who was buried this Saturday at the Nigua cemetery in Nigua, Dominican Republic. His father told the media how his son started to get awful headaches, they found he had meningitis, but had no idea how exactly he got infected. Meanwhile he remained hospitalized but when things got worse it was required for them to have insurance or have the money needed for the treatment. The Nationals have offered to pay for Yewry’s funeral plus they created a fund to help his family.
This is very sad news, our thoughts and prayers go out to Yewry Guillen’s family throughout this terrible time. Would you like to send them your condolences? What are your thoughts about this and other sports news?
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