The Los Angeles Angels honored late teammate Tyler Skaggs at Angel Stadium on Friday night, in their first home game since the 27-year-old pitcher’s death.
Tyler’s mother, Debbie, threw out the first pitch, and there was a moment of silence before the game.
In their first home game since Tyler Skaggs' passing, the @Angels pay tribute to their teammate and friend. pic.twitter.com/8PniYKPjEn
— MLB (@MLB) July 13, 2019
The Angels also added tributes to Skaggs throughout the stadium.
Tonight we honor Tyler Skaggs but he will be with us the rest of the season. #WereNasty pic.twitter.com/Pxa2iqWbPP
— Angels PR (@LAAngelsPR) July 12, 2019
The #Angels have tributes to Tyler Skaggs all around the stadium. pic.twitter.com/CZFvQmT2Eg
— Maria Torres (@maria_torres3) July 12, 2019
Additionally, the entire Angels team wore No. 45 Skaggs jerseys. And on the first pitch Mike Trout saw in the No. 45 jersey, he blasted a baseball 454 feet for a two-run homer.
No. 45 goes yard. pic.twitter.com/9FYs72Xffp
— Los Angeles Angels (@Angels) July 13, 2019
Mike Trout, on his first pitch while wearing No. 45, crushes one 454 feet. pic.twitter.com/2tcgN52geh
— Andrew Simon (@AndrewSimonMLB) July 13, 2019
A very emotional, difficult night in Anaheim, but a beautiful moment there.
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