Noelia Marte Wiki – Noelia Marte Bio
Noelia Marte was best known as the wife of Starling Marte, a professional Dominican baseball center fielder for the Arizona Diamondbacks of the Major League Baseball. Noelia reportedly died in May 2020 of a heart attack.
Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Starling Marte announced “indescribable pain” after his wife Noelia died of a heart attack.https://t.co/qa30GVBfOO
— New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) May 19, 2020
Noelia Marte Husband Starling Marte
Noelia and Starling Mars have been married for a couple of years. She and Starling had two children: a son, Starling Jr., who was born in 2013, and a daughter, Tiana. Tiana turned four on Saturday, May 17, 2020.
Noelia Marte Death
Arizona Diamondbacks outfielder Starling Mars announced on Instagram on Monday, May 18, that his wife Noelia died of a heart attack. “Today I suffer the great pain of making public the unfortunate death of my wife Noelia, due to a heart attack,” wrote Mars on Instagram. “It is a moment of the indescribable pain. On behalf of my family, I am grateful for the expressions of esteem and solidarity at this difficult time. ” Noelia had recently broken her ankle and was in the hospital, Jon Heyman said. He was awaiting surgery when he passed away.
“We are deeply saddened to learn of the tragic passing of Noelia,” the Diamondbacks wrote on social media. “Starling and his family are part of the D-backs’ family and we will do all we can to support him and their children during this incredibly difficult time.”
Hoy paso por el gran dolor de informar el lamentable fallecimiento de mi esposa Noelia, a causa de un infarto. Es un momento de mucha tristeza.
I go through the pain of making public the unfortunate death of my wife Noelia, due to a heart attack. It is a moment of great sorrow. pic.twitter.com/UEP4k8dLBW
— Starling Marte (@Starlingmart) May 19, 2020
Marte had spent his entire baseball career with the Pirates organization before being traded to the Diamondbacks for prospects Brennan Malone and Liover Peguero and international bonus pool money in January.
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