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Tommy Hanson died from cocaine and alcohol mix, coroner says

Coweta County coroner Richard Hawk said the combined effects of cocaine and alcohol ultimately caused the death of ex-Braves pitcher Hanson, 29

A coroner says autopsy results show the death of former Atlanta Braves and Los Angeles pitcher Tommy Hanson was caused by cocaine and alcohol use.

Coweta County coroner Richard Hawk said Friday the combined effects of cocaine and alcohol ultimately caused the death of 29-year-old Hanson, who died November 9.

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