The Los Angeles Angels honor fallen teammate Tyler Skaggs with a no-hitter
Saturday, 13 July 2019 On Friday night, The Los Angeles Angels played their first home game since teammate Tyler Skaggs died on July 1st during a road trip in Texas. The Angels would score 7 runs in the first and 13 over all. Two Angels pitchers combined for a no-hitter, though manager Brad Ausmus thought they had a little help. Jim Axelrod reports.
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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