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Tyler Skaggs Allegedly Supplied with Drugs By Angels Employee

TMZ.com Saturday, 12 October 2019 ()
Tyler Skaggs' death may have been tied to an Angels staffer who allegedly told authorities he'd supplied the late pitcher with drugs ... this according to a new report. ESPN put out the bombshell story Saturday, claiming to have spoken with sources…
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News video: Angels PR Employee Supplied Tyler Skaggs With Opioids, ESPN Reports

Angels PR Employee Supplied Tyler Skaggs With Opioids, ESPN Reports 00:32

The Los Angeles Angels say they don't know whether a longtime public relations official had been providing drugs to late pitcher Tyler Skaggs, as detailed in a report on ESPN's "Outside the Lines."

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