Fans pay their respect for Los Angeles Angels rookie pitcher Nick Adenhart at a make-shift memorial outside Angel Stadium of Anaheim on Friday. Adenhart and two other people were killed early Thursday in an auto accident in Fullerton, Calif., just hours after pitching in his season debut.
Baseball fan Matthew Sernark, 11, from West Covina, Calif., pays his respects for Los Angeles Angels rookie pitcher Nick Adenhart at a make-shift memorial outside Angel Stadium of Anaheim on Friday.
Stadium personnel install a banner of Los Angeles Angels rookie pitcher Nick Adenhart on April 10.
Moment of silence
With a tribute to Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Nick Adenhart on the scoreboard, members of the Philadelphia Phillies join players from the Colorado Rockies in a moment of silence for the pitcher killed in a car accident before the Rockies' 10-3 victory over the Phillies on Friday.
A tribute to Nick
Fans gather around a makeshift memorial to Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim pitcher Nick Adenhart outside Angel Stadium.
Lending a hand
Mike Scioscia manager of the Los Angeles Angels is comforted by Jason Varitek (33)catcher of the Boston Red Sox at Angel Stadium before the start of their game.
Los Angeles Angels teammates Torii Hunter, top left, and John Lackey hold the jersey of Los Angeles Angels rookie pitcher Nick Adenhart before start of the game against the Boston Red Sox.
Los Angeles Angels center fielder Torii Hunter, left, and starting pitcher John Lackey pay respect during a moment of silence.
Thinking of Nick
An image of Nick Adenhart is shown on the video screen at Angel Stadium during a moment of silence for him before the game.
Wish you were here
Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher Jered Weaver pays his respect at a center field banner of Los Angeles Angels rookie pitcher Nick Adenhart.