ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The signed hats, photographs and paintings still sit in a memorial circle outside the entrance to the stadium. Fans still bring flowers and pause to say prayers.
His corner locker in the Angels clubhouse is still full of his things, looking much the way it did on the April night he pitched six scoreless innings against the Athletics, on the April night he was tragically killed by a hit-and-run driver in nearby Fullerton, Calif.
His jersey still hangs in the ...
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