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Monday, September 27, 2010
55 years for driver who killed Angel's pitcher, Adenhart
Nick Adenhart had pitched 6 scoreless innings in his first start in 2009 for the California Angels. Hours later he and two friends were dead. Two others were injured. The impaired driver, Andrew Gallo, 22, had a BAC of .19. Gallo had been convicted of DUI three years earlier and was still on probation when he crashed. Video in the trial depicted him and a friend drinking heavily at a bikini bar earlier in the evening. Gallo received a 55 year sentence for second degree murder in the case.