The Cook County Chief Medical Examiner in Chicago has released his report on the death of St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Darryl Kile. Edmund Donoghue has concluded Kile doed of coronary atherosclerosis or narrowing of the arteries supplying the heart muscle. Toxicology tests did indicate the past use of marijuana – probably in weeks prior to Kile’s death – but the report finds marijuana did not contribute to the pitcher’s death. Kile was33-years-old when he was found dead in his Chicago hotel room on June 22nd. Autopsy results showed Kile’s heart was enlarged and the two coronary arteries were heavily blocked.