Friday night was the Angels first home game since the untimely death of pitcher Tyler Skaggs on July 1st.  His team took the field with every player wearing a number 45 Skaggs jersey. 

Skaggs’ mother threw out the first pitch, the Angels bats put up 13 runs and the two pitchers who took the mound didn’t allow a single hit.  Taylor Cole opened the game and went two innings before giving way to Felix Pena, who went the rest of the way, for the 11th no-hitter in Angels history.

After the game ended, Angels players took off their Skaggs jerseys and placed them on the mound.

The Mariners really had no chance at doing anything during Friday night’s game.  The Angels took the emotion of the night and buried Seattle.  It’s a pretty cool moment for the Skaggs family.

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