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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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NEWS
April 9, 2009
A press release issued Thursday afternoon on the Los Angeles Angels' Web site: ANAHEIM, CA: Angels Baseball this morning announced the passing of right-hander Nick Adenhart, the victim of a fatal automobile accident in Fullerton, CA. Two other individuals were also killed in the incident. Adenhart, 22, was a passenger in a silver Mitsubishi along with three others. Fullerton Police reported the Mitsubishi proceeded through an intersection, when a van ran a red light and broadsided the vehicle.
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April 9, 2009
o Share your condolences and memories of Nick Adenhart on a page celebrating his life and accomplishments. o Los Angeles Angels' announcement of Adenhart's death When Williamsport High School pitcher Nick Adenhart learned that the pop in his pitching elbow meant that he would have to undergo surgery and possibly be knocked out of Major League Baseball's draft, he did not moan and groan about his fate. Instead, the young man who had been followed by hordes of scouts said that it was a chance for baseball to become something fun again.
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By DAN DEARTH | April 9, 2009
o Share your condolences and memories of Nick Adenhart on a page celebrating his life and accomplishments. o Los Angeles Angels' announcement of Adenhart's death George Ardinger had just finished pitching in a Little League baseball game two years ago when he was approached by Nick Adenhart. Adenhart, who had been watching the 12-year-old Ardinger pitch, noticed the youngster was throwing sidearm. "He came up to say how I could ruin my arm," Ardinger, now 14, said Thursday.
NEWS
April 9, 2009
o Share your condolences and memories of Nick Adenhart on a page celebrating his life and accomplishments. o Los Angeles Angels' announcement of Adenhart's death FULLERTON, Calif. -- Just hours after making his first Major League start of the season for the Los Angeles Angels, local baseball standout Nick Adenhart died of injuries he sustained in a three-vehicle accident early Thursday. Adenhart, a 2004 Williamsport High School graduate, was 22. Police in Fullerton, Calif.
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By BOB PARASILITI | April 9, 2009
o Share your condolences and memories of Nick Adenhart on a page celebrating his life and accomplishments. o Los Angeles Angels' announcement of Adenhart's death David Warrenfeltz considers himself among the lucky ones. When it came to Nick Adenhart, he had all the bases covered. In fact, every time Adenhart took the mound as a budding youth league pitcher, Warrenfeltz had the best seat in the house. He was behind home plate. Warrenfeltz and Adenhart, who spent half their lives together, were neighbors, schoolmates and teammates.
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By ERIN CUNNINGHAM | April 9, 2009
ANNAPOLIS -- On Thursday morning, Del. LeRoy E. Myers Jr. was talking with fellow lawmakers in Annapolis about the pain a Washington County family was feeling after losing their son, Nick Adenhart. Hours later, Myers was experiencing that same pain. His youngest son, Ryan Andrew Myers, 23, died after crashing his motorcycle on Md. 63 near the Pilot Travel Center near Williamsport. Fellow Washington County delegation members and others with whom Myers, R-Allegany/Washington, is close in Annapolis said Friday they were shocked and devastated by the news of his loss.
NEWS
March 16, 2009
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Los Angeles Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart, a 2004 Williamsport graduate, gave up four runs on four hits and a walk while striking out two in 3 1/3 innings Monday against San Francisco. "He's something. I like him a lot," Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. Torii Hunter and Howie Kendrick had two-run doubles to lead the Angels to an 8-5 victory. Hunter had a two-run double in a three-run first inning off Jeremy Affeldt, who started when the Giants scratched reigning NL Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum because of a slight case of the flu. Lincecum is to make his next start Wednesday in place of Randy Johnson, who will be skipped because of biceps soreness, manager Bruce Bochy said.
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March 1, 2009
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- Dustin Moseley is hoping to avoid a big decision by pitching his way into the Angels' rotation. Out of minor league options, Moseley said that he knows where he'd like to end up after he pitched two hitless innings in Los Angeles' 6-4 win over the Kansas City Royals on Sunday. "I like my teammates. I like the coaches. I want to make this club. I want to do what I'm capable of doing," Moseley said. "I want to put up some solid innings for the guys. " With the fifth spot in the Angels rotation open, Moseley is competing with Shane Loux and Williamsport graduate Nick Adenhart.
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May 13, 2008
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- Nick Adenhart didn't have long to enjoy his first major league victory. He was just happy to get it before he was sent down to the minors to make way for John Lackey's return to the Los Angeles Angels' rotation. After pitching the Angels to a 10-7 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Monday night, Adenhart, a Williamsport High School graduate, was optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake and Jose Arredondo was recalled from the team's Pacific Coast League club to give manager Mike Scioscia an extra arm in the bullpen before he gives the ball to Lackey for his first start of the season Wednesday night.
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