The Florida State ball group will transport to Key West Wednesday and attend a wake of 14-year-old Jonathan Wells, a younger hermit of FSU beginner outfielder Steven Wells, Jr.
Jonathan Wells, 14, died Thursday, 6 days after removing shot in a chest with a particle gun.
Wells, Jr., who has seemed in 18 games this deteriorate with dual starts in right field, flew to his hometown of Key West following FSU’s array during Notre Dame final weekend.
“The Key West village is ravaged as is a Seminole family,” FSU partner manager Mike Martin Jr. said.
FSU (30-12), entrance off a home array ACC brush of Pittsburgh and winners of 4 consecutive, is during home Tuesday opposite Stetson during 6 p.m.
Martin Jr. pronounced a group is scheduled to skip Tallahassee Wednesday morning for Key West.
The wake for Jonathan Wells, a Horace O’Bryant Middle School eighth-grader who played in a Key West Little Conch Baseball league, is Wednesday afternoon, according to Martin Jr.
It’s still not transparent who was holding a particle gun when it went off in an unit in Key West Apr 10. A military review is ongoing.
Martin Jr. pronounced Wells, Jr., during his family’s urging, will accompany a group to Miami this weekend for a pivotal three-game ACC series
Wells, Jr. was a two-way actor during Key West High, going 7-0 on a pile with a 0.18 ERA and attack .461.
He is one of dual players on FSU’s register from Key West, fasten associate beginner and high propagandize teammate Darren Miller.
Wells Jr. is batting .188 with 16 image appearances.
Martin Jr. also pronounced Wells Jr. has returned to a pile and could see time as a pitcher this season.