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"Injuries Haven't Killed Angels," trumpets the headline in the LA Daily News. Except for, you know, that injury that killed an Angels player four months ago. [LADN]
One frustrated emailer wrote in that when he attempted to purchase a customized Nick Adenhart T-shirt from MLB.com's online store, he was quickly denied.
Yesterday, Dashiell noticed an unfortunate NASCAR commercial running during ESPN's coverage of Nick Adenhart. The general consensus was to give the WWL a pass. Today, however, no dice. What the hell is wrong with ESPN.com?
Lost amid yesterday's shock over Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart's sudden death was the fact that two other people lost their lives in the wreckage. They weren't as famous, but their deaths are no less significant.
Andrew Thomas Gallo, 22, could be charged with second-degree murder for the death of Nick Adenhart and two other passengers. Fullerton police said Gallo was drunk at the time and also had a suspended license.
When your whole reason for being is fun and games, it's tough to strike the right tone when real life intrudes on your happy time. (Ahem.) On live TV—you win some, you lose some.
"Several witnesses told police that the driver of a red minivan ran a red light at the intersection, hitting a silver Mitsubishi carrying four people..." [LA Times]