Gabrielle Schoeneweis, the wife of Diamondbacks’ pitcher Scott Schoeneweis, was found dead in the couple’s home on May 20. Schoeneweis had instituted legal action to prevent the autopsy report from being released. It’s now been released, however, and given what it shows, his desire to not have it out in the public is understandable:
[Schoeneweis’] wife died
from an overdose of cocaine and an anesthetic, lidocaine, an appellate court
disclosed in a ruling released Tuesday. The ruling also said an investigation revealed evidence that Gabrielle
Schoeneweis’ cocaine use “may have caused harm to another person.” That person
was not identified.
Ms. Schoeneweis was home with her four children, ages 14, 7, 5, and 2 at the time of her death. It’s possible that the “harm to another person” could refer to one of the children, making what was already an awful situation truly dreadful.