Angels object to request by federal prosecutors for more documents in Tyler Skaggs case

Sep 8, 2021

Per @NathanFenno: The Los Angeles Angels have pushed back against a motion by federal prosecutors to compel the organization to comply with a subpoena linked to the overdose death of pitcher Tyler Skaggs, describing the request as a “fishing expedition” in a court filing after the team handed over more than 350,000 documents during the past two years.

The response, filed late Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Fort Worth, comes two months before the trial of former Angels communications director Eric Kay is scheduled to start.

Source: Nathan Fenno for LA Times