Autopsy results released Friday show former Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Tommy Hanson died after delayed complications of cocaine and alcohol toxicity.  

Alexis Stevens of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Hanson was staying at a friend’s home in the Atlanta area on Nov. 8 when his friend’s girlfriend found him unresponsive and called 911. He died one day later at age 29.

The report noted the death has been ruled accidental by Coweta coroner Richard Hawk. The preliminary report released by the county’s sheriff’s office also noted no signs of foul play.

Hanson last pitched in the major leagues with the Angels in 2013. He posted a 5.42 ERA and a 1.55 WHIP across 15 appearances. His best season came as a rookie with Atlanta in 2009 when he went 11-4 with a 2.89 ERA and 116 strikeouts in 127.2 innings.

The Oklahoma native had spent the past two years in the minor league systems of the Chicago White Sox and the San Francisco Giants.

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