Andy Marte, a former Major League Baseball infielder, died in a car crash early Sunday morning in the Dominican Republic. He was 33.

Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura was also killed in a D.R. car crash Sunday morning. The accidents were separate.

Marte was behind the wheel when the car he drove hit a house along a road about 95 miles north of Santo Domingo.

Marte’s representative agency, JMG Baseball, confirmed his passing with a tweet.

Marte, who last appeared in an MLB uniform in 2014 for the Arizona Diamondbacks, was playing winter league baseball for Las Aguilas Cibaenas in the D.R. He also played for the Atlanta Braves and Cleveland Indians during his professional career.

Detroit Tigers star Miguel Cabrera mourned the passings of Marte and Venture.

"Two unfortunate losses, not only for Dominican Republic, but for the whole Latin America people," Cabrera told ESPNdeportes.com. "I feel a lot of sadness because they were friends of mine. I'm sending my condolences to their families. The whole baseball world is in mourning,"

Ventura was a starting pitcher in Marte’s final MLB game, per ESPN.

Marte's former MLB teams mourned his passing on Twitter.