Eric Kay found guilty of providing drugs that killed Angels’ Tyler Skaggs

By The Washington Post

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Eric Kay was accused of providing Skaggs with fentanyl that killed him. Several baseball players testified during the trial that they, too, took opioids during the season.

Kay, who worked as the liaison between the Angels’ players and the reporters who covered them, was found guilty of giving Skaggs a lethal mixture of oxycodone and fentanyl that led to his death in a Southlake, Tex., hotel room. His body was found Jul… [6095 chars]

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Feb 16 Wed:

At Tyler Skaggs trial, MLB players and widow give dramatic testimony: “My husband couldn’t respond … because he was dead”

4 former teammates say they received drugs and Skaggs’ widow testifies about the last text she received from him before he was found dead.

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Topics

Eric Kay — Stage actor

Angels — Baseball team

Tyler Skaggs — Baseball pitcher

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