A pitcher dies unexpectedly on a road trip. His team came home and combined a combined no-hitter with a blowout. Surreal.
Wearing the tools of ignorance can be more dangerous than driving in metropolitan traffic.
They did it for Tyler Skaggs, who died unexpectedly at 27 Monday. So did Skaggs' friend Patrick Corbin in Washington.
The 27-year-old lefthander joins a sad roll of Angels gone while still in service or just beyond it.
My son and his lady aren't among them. They cheered, too, for the home runs the Angels hit Thursday night.
Baseball government refused to authenticate Albert Pujols's 2,000th RBI ball on the spot. The fan who caught it was not amused.
The veteran righthander gets grounders and misses bats. Which the Angels love. But . . .