Blogged By: De De Tillman
Source: Yahoo Sports
Posted: Monday January 14, 2013 @3:59 p.m PST
Enzo Hernandez, the first everyday shortstop in San Diego Padres history, was found dead Sunday, media in Venezuela have reported. Hernandez, who would have turned 64 in February, apparently committed suicide. According to Yahoo Sports.
According to an obituary (published in Spanish), Hernandez’s career ended prematurely because he suffered from herniated discs in his back. Hernandez also reportedly suffered from symptoms of depression. From the Associated Press:
Blogged By: La Tray
Media Credit: xinmsn
Posted: Monday January 14, 2013 @12:58 a.m. PST
Taiwanese singer-actress Annie Yi was called in for an investigation after she publicly showed her support for China’s liberal newspaper ‘Southern Weekly’ which promotes freedom of speech.
She was uncontactable since then, making her fans and family worried.
However, Annie reassured them of her safety through a text message, saying that ‘her work is back to normal’ and her new book ‘Fall in Love with Body’ is now published.
Annie, known for being daring with her words, said that she would fully support the ‘Southern Weekly’s challenge against the Chinese government, and even mockingly described the Chinese government press as ‘dogs’.
Besides sharing beauty tips in her new book, the 43-year-old also generously showed off her good figure through a photo-shoot in bikini.