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Players and fans react to Angels no-hitter, coming the night they honor teammate Tyler Skaggs

CBS Sports Saturday, 13 July 2019
The Angels first no-hitter in seven years comes at the perfect time
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Angels Honor Tyler Skaggs With Combined No-Hitter Taylor Cole and Felix Pena combined to pitch a no-hitter in the Angels first home game since pitcher Tyler Skaggs death. Every Angels player wore Skaggs No. 45, and the pitcher’s mother threw the ceremonial first pitch. The jerseys were all placed...

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