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“His parents really want to communicate to everyone that it’s a very difficult moment, but it’s also a very special moment because Nick was most accomplished and his life’s goal was to be a major league baseball player and he certainly achieved that standard.”Adenhart was survived by his father Jim and mother Janet.
His family released the following statement at the time of his death:“Nick’s family expresses sincere gratitude for all the help the Angels have provided.
While driving in Fullerton just after midnight, a drunk driver, 22 year old Andrew Thomas Gallo, ran a red…
Nick Adenhart, originally of Silver Spring, MD, was a Major League Baseball pitcher.
He will always be in everyone’s hearts forever.” Angels General Manager Tony Reagins issued the following statement on behalf of the club: “The Angels family has suffered a tremendous loss today.
We are deeply saddened and shocked by this tragic loss.
According to the , Gallo was indicted on charges of felony hit-and-run, driving under the influence and causing injury, and driving with a .08 percent blood alcohol or higher and causing injury.
Adenhart was 22-years-old at the time of his death.The two friends that were riding with Adenhart also died., Adenhart had just overcome major elbow surgery and was ready to blossom into a reliable young pitcher.“It is a tragedy that will never be forgotten,” manager Mike Scioscia said at an Angel Stadium news conference at the time of the accident.He struck out 18 batters during his time as a pitcher in spring training 2008.Adenhart made his Major League debut in May 2008 against Oakland.
He was a top prospect coming out of high school and was invited to play in the "Future Stars" game at the age of 20. Nick Adenhart debuted on May 1, 2008, playing for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Angel Stadium; he played his final game on April 8, 2009, playing for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Angel Stadium.