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Skaggs Wrongful Death Lawsuits Test Angels Duty to Privacy and Safety

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Skaggs Wrongful Death Lawsuits Test Angels Duty to Privacy and Safety

The family of late Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs, who died as a result of drug-induced asphyxiation two years ago, filed two wrongful death lawsuits on Tuesday against the Angels and club officials. The lawsuits were brought in California and Texas by Skaggs’ widow, Carli Skaggs, and his parents and were filed before applicable statutes of […]
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