Tag: Los Angeles Angels

When Superheroes Pass

When Superheroes Pass

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07/02/2019

Tyler Skaggs, starting pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels, died on Monday, July 1. He was 27. This news hit me like a blow. Not again, I thought. Active major leaguers have passed away too often in recent years. Especially for the Angels, who lost 22-year-old Nick Adenhart a decade ago to a car accident,…

This Week in Baseball: The Slow March to Chaos

This Week in Baseball: The Slow March to Chaos

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09/03/2014

Cole Hamels (mostly) threw a no-hitter yesterday and Milwaukee fans are burning their jerseys; it’s time for your weekly roundup of America’s pastime. The No-hitter Cole Hamels of the Phillies threw six no-hit innings Monday night, which is usually enough to merit a chance at the next three. But given his pitch count of 108…

All the Way: A fresh look at the MLB

All the Way: A fresh look at the MLB

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03/29/2014

This is a column written for the Georgetown Voice. It can be found on their website here. While many of my fellow Georgetowners escaped to tropical paradises in the Caribbean for spring break, dropping serious coin on beachside resorts and fruity alcoholic drinks, I flew out to the aesthetically bland Phoenix, Arizona. Far from any…

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