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Justin Miller, 35, was found dead in Palm Harbor, Florida on Wednesday night.The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office confirmed Miller's death on Friday and a sheriff's spokeswoman stated that while authorities are investigating, no cause of death has been determined. Miller's wife said the death was 'sudden', indicating it was unexpected. Authorities didn't reveal the location of Miller's body, only saying he was found at around 10:30pm.Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2351553/Former-Major-League-Baseball-pitcher-dead-35.html#ixzz2Xd9b7GnNFollow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
Any significant past history?
Justin Miller, who pitched seven years in the Major Leagues, was found dead Wednesday night at the age of 35. Miller's death was confirmed Friday by his agent, Matt Sosnick.The cause of death hasn't been released by the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.“Wonderful guy, great client. Very disappointed,” Sosnick told FOX Sports.Miller pitched professionally for 15 years, including the seven years in the Majors. Miller most recently pitched for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2010 and also pitched for the Toronto Blue Jays, Florida Marlins and San Francisco Giants. He compiled a record of 24-14 with a 4.82 ERA over his career.His wife of 15 years, Jessica Miller, told the Tampa Bay Times he had been spending his retirement from baseball as a coach and "was gifted at putting things in a language that kids could understand.""That was something he was really proud of," she told the Times.Jessica Miller described her husband as a "homebody" who enjoyed spending time with their two sons, Joseph, 18, and Johnnie, 7, according to the report.She called her husband's death "sudden" but was unsure of the cause."I think he'd want the world to know that he always did his best at work and at being a dad," she told the Times. "He always tried."
Usually, when a cause of death is not released, but no foul play is suspected, it means suicide. Not saying it is, but more often than not it is eventually found to be the cause.