Ex-MLB star Darryl Strawberry’s granddaughter found alive and well after asking for help on social media
Former New York Mets slugger Darryl Strawberry’s granddaughter has been found alive and well after he and his daughter Diamond asked for help in locating the teenager in the Nevada area.
Diamond Strawberry, mother of 14-year-old MyLisa Strawberry, wrote on Instagram that she was found safe and sound.
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“MyLisa was found safe and sound !!!! Thank you all for helping me find my baby !!!! I couldn’t have done it without you !!! I am eternally grateful,” wrote Diamond Strawberry on Instagram. “All the replay and attention that has been given is the reason my baby is HOME !!!”
Darryl and daughter Diamond Strawberry sounded the alarm Thursday night by posting on social media that MyLisa was missing and for anyone to contact the Henderson Police Department with information.
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“It’s our granddaughter MyLisa who is missing right now! Please pray for us as we desperately need your prayers! Thank you!” Strawberry first wrote on Instagram.
Diamond Strawberry had a similar post before deleting it and posting the good news that MyLisa has been found safe.
Darryl Strawberry was an MLB player from 1983 to 1999, playing for the Mets, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Francisco Giants, and New York Yankees.
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Diamond Strawberry is Darryl’s daughter and MyLisa’s mother. She participated in the fifth season of “Love & Hip Hop: New York”.