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Former Los Angeles Angels employee charged in pitcher Tyler Skaggs' fatal overdose

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A former Los Angeles Angels employee has been charged in connection with the fatal 2019 overdose of pitcher Tyler Skaggs, the Department of Justice announced Friday. CBS Los Angeles reports.
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