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Death: October 21, 1983 – January 22, 2017: Andy Marte: an infielder from the Dominican Republic - Atlanta Braves (2005) Cleveland Indians (2006–2010) Arizona Diamondbacks (2014) KT Wiz (2015–2016)//Marte's final plate appearance was a pinch-hit appearance in the 9th inning of a game on August 6, 2014 against the Kansas City Royals; Marte and the Royals' starter that day, Yordano Ventura, both died in unrelated car accidents on the same day in 2017

Andy Marte, a former MLB infielder who played for the Cleveland Indians, Atlanta Braves and Arizona Diamondbacks, died in a car crash in the Dominican Republic on January 22, 2017. He was only 33 years old.

Former Ace Andy Marte passes away at 33 years old January 22, 2017. A tragic day that will forever be remembered in the baseball world. Andy Marte, a former big leaguer with the Atlanta Braves, Cleveland Indians and Arizona Diamondbacks, was killed in a car accident in his native Dominican Republic early Sunday morning. He was 33 years old.

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AZ Diamondbacks A J Pollock Diamondbacks - 4.9.13 - Diamondbacks A.J. Pollock (cq) celebrates the first of his home runs, a three-run shot in the second inning (cq) as the Arizona Diamondbacks (cq) play the Pittsburgh Pirates (cq) at Chase Field (cq) in Downtown Phoenix (cq) on Wednesday, Apr. 10, 2013 (cq). The DBacks are trying to rebound after dropping their last to games to the Pirates. Charlie Leight/The Arizona Republic

MLB: Los Angeles Dodgers clinch NL west at Arizona Diamondbacks Sept 19, 2013 photo by Rob Schumacher/The Arizona Republic-USA Today sports

Arizona Diamondbacks second baseman Chris Owings, center, is congratulated by his teammates after hitting a single that allowed Paul Goldschmidt to score giving the Diamondbacks the 4-3 victory against the Cincinnati Reds in the 10th inning at Chase Field in Phoenix. Isaac Hale, The Arizona Republic

Arizona Diamondbacks chief baseball officer Tony La Russa poses with Internet personality Grumpy Cat before the game against the San Francisco Giants in Phoenix. Rob Schumacher, The Arizona Republic

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