Former Angels employee Eric Kay found guilty of drug charges in Tyler Skaggs’ overdose death

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Fort Worth Star-Telegram

FORT WORTH, Texas — An opiate addict and dealer operating in the bowels of Angel Stadium, where he worked handling press inquiries, provided to a starting pitcher a fentanyl-laced pill that led him to aspirate vomit and die during a road trip to Texas in 2019, a jury in Fort Worth found on Thursday. Tyler Skaggs, hiding his own use of oxycodone from relatives, died facedown with his legs hanging off a bed at a Southlake Hilton hotel where he and 66 other Los Angeles Angels players and other employees stayed the night before a series with the Rangers was to begin. After hearing evidence and arg…

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