They all knew it was going to be a night to remember, just perhaps not how memorable it would turn out.
The Los Angeles Angels played the Seattle Mariners on Friday, July 12, in a home game meant to pay tribute to deceased former Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs. The Angels also happened to get a combined no-hitter — meaning the Mariners faced off against more than one Angels pitcher but didn’t log a single hit for the entire game.
“This was definitely for him and he was definitely watching over us tonight,” the Angels’ Mike Trout told the MLB Network following the game.
“This was definitely for him and he was definitely watching over us tonight.”@MikeTrout joined @KellyNash on #QuickPitch after the @Angels no-hitterpic.twitter.com/bhda4LhydM
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