Found February 08, 2012 on Players View:

LANCASTER, S.C., Feb. 7– Former MLB player Danny Clyburn Jr. was shot and killed outside his Lancaster, S.C., home Tuesday, police said. Please click the link to read more about the details of his death and recent lifestyle.

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