Red Sox, Phillies, A’s mourn tragic loss of former player Jeremy Giambi

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Following the tragic loss of Jeremy Giambi, the Boston Red Sox, Oakland Athletics, and Philadelphia Phillies are honoring their former player.

Jeremy Giambi, a former MLB player for a few different organizations, has passed away.

According to a tweet from Ken Rosenthal, Giambi’s agent said Giambi died while at his parents’ house in California.

Giambi was 47 years old.

Following his passing, several of his former teams are paying tribute to Giambi and honoring his memory and the contributions he made for their franchises. That includes the Oakland Athletics, who took to Twitter to express their condolences and share support with Giambi’s family and loved ones.

Boston Red Sox, Oakland Athletics, and Philadelphia Phillies honor Jeremy Giambi after former MLB player passes away

The Philadelphia Phillies and Boston Red Sox also shared their condolences and support with Giambi’s family.

Giambi spent six seasons at the Major League level. After being drafted by and spending a couple of seasons with the Kansas City Royals, Giambi ended up landing with the Oakland Athletics, where he played from 2000 to midway through the 2002 season, when he was traded to the Phillies.

Giambi wrapped up 2002 with the Phillies and then ended up with the Red Sox in 2003.

Giambi did end up signing minor league deals with both the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chicago White Sox for 2004 and 2005 respectively, but he never made it back to the MLB level with either club.

Prior to making it to professional baseball, Giambi played at the college level for the Cal State Fullerton Titans. While playing for the Titans, Giambi helped Cal State Fullerton win a College World Series in 1995.

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