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NEWS
April 30, 2006
Nick Adenhart (Williamsport) is 3-0 with a 1.93 ERA in three starts with the Single-A Cedar Rapids Kernels of the Midwest League. He has allowed four earned runs on 14 hits while walking five and striking out 24 in 24 2/3 innings. Adenhart pitched six innings, allowing one unearned run on five hits while striking out five in a 6-1 over Southwest Michigan on April 23. Adenhart was the 14th pick of the Anaheim Angels in 2004. P.J. Hiser (South Hagerstown, HCC) has been nursing a sore shoulder and has been inactive.
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NEWS
November 30, 2009
By The Associated Press NEW YORK -- The Los Angeles Angels voted to give a full postseason share to the estate of Nick Adenhart, the rookie pitcher killed in April in a car accident allegedly caused by a drunken driver. The Angels' shares were worth $138,039. Los Angeles lost to the New York Yankees in the AL championship series. The Yankees won the World Series, and their full postseason shares were worth a record $365,053, Major League Baseball said Monday. That was up from $351,504 on the 2008 champion Philadelphia Phillies and the previous mark of $362,173 set by the 2006 St. Louis Cardinals.
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April 15, 2009
o Nick Adenhart's obituary o Nick Adenhart tribute page SEATTLE (AP) -- To honor pitcher Nick Adenhart, a 2004 Williamsport High School graduate, Los Angeles Angels owner Arte Moreno will lead a contingent of eight team members to a private funeral service in Maryland this week between West Coast night games. Angels general manager Tony Reagins said Tuesday that Moreno has arranged a jet to fly the owner, the GM, manager Mike Scioscia, team executive Tim Mead, pitching coach Mike Butcher, plus pitchers Dustin Moseley, Jered Weaver and John Lackey from Seattle after tonight's game.
NEWS
April 10, 2009
Any opportunity to watch Nick Adenhart pitch was always worth the price of admission. Every one of the Williamsport native's performances was a show in itself. His game and his persona provided more twists and nuances than an episode of "Lost. " And in most cases, that was the title of Adenhart's opposition when he was done with them. They lost. He won. On Thursday, everyone lost Adenhart. He died after a three-car crash in Fullerton, Calif., just hours after the best performance of his fledgling professional baseball career.
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by JACK HILL III | April 22, 2003
WILLIAMSPORT - Nick Adenhart proved he's multidemensional. Williamsport's junior pitcher was the rallying point Monday for the Wildcats' 12-0 Monocacy Valley Athletic League victory over North Hagerstown. He not only struck out 12 while firing a one-hit shutout in the 4 1/2-inning game, he went 3-for-4 with two RBI to support his own effort. Williamsport (10-2, 8-2) gained sole possession of first place in the MVAL with the win. Matt Murray's fourth-inning single was the only hit Adenhart allowed the Hubs (4-7, 4-7)
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by BOB PARASILITI | June 8, 2004
bobp@herald-mail.com Apparently, an injured Nick Adenhart is better than no Nick Adenhart at all. That seemed to be the philosophy of the Anaheim Angels, who selected the Williamsport High starting pitcher Monday in the 14th round of the annual major-league draft. The Angels made the pick, even though Adenhart injured his pitching elbow on May 11 and faces "Tommy John" ligament replacement surgery and a long rehabilitation process. The 14th-round selection fell well under where Adenhart was projected to go in the two-day, 50-round extravaganza.
NEWS
April 9, 2009
o Share your condolences and memories of Nick Adenhart on a page celebrating his life and accomplishments. Nick Adenhart was remembered Thursday by the Los Angeles Angels as a pitcher who faced adversity during his short professional career, but was never fazed by it. Adenhart, 22, a former star pitcher at Williamsport High School, was one of three people who died early Thursday in a hit-and-run accident in Fullerton, Calif., just hours after he pitched six shutout innings against the Oakland Athletics in only his fourth Major League start.
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by JACK HILL III | June 12, 2002
WILLIAMSPORT - Funkstown Post 211 learned the good way that patience really can be a virtue. Funkstown received nine free passes from Williamsport Post 202 on Tuesday night and turned them into a 6-5 victory for first place in the Western Maryland District. "It was a real good ballgame," Funkstown manager Darryl Powell said. "The key to us winning was to be patient against Nick Adenhart. Today, we were patient against him for the whole time. We got him up high in the pitch count and that is what you have to do to beat him. We got the hits when we needed them.
NEWS
March 16, 2008
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - One man's pain could become the break in Nick Adenhart's career. Adenhart, the Williamsport High graduate, allowed three runs and four hits in four innings in the Angels' 5-4 win over Arizona on Saturday. All the runs off Adenhart came on a second-inning homer by Jeff Salazar. Prior to the game, the Angels announced that ace right-hander John Lackey would be out 3-4 weeks with a right triceps strain. Lackey's injury, plus the shoulder injury to Kelvim Escobar, has left the door wide open for the final spot in the Angels rotation.
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