Reactions from AT&T Park
Amy Gutierrez talks with Emmanuel Burriss, Pablo Sandoval, Bob Howry, Larry Baer, Jeff Suppan, and Ken Macha regarding the tragic death of Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart.
That -- gonna take you about now live to AT&T park and bring it -- -- -- or join us any good a chance to to talk to many the Giants players what's the mood at. Around AT&T park upon hearing this tragedy this morning. He yeah. That is the last thing that I earlier this guy I've been hearing nine need that just -- -- Angels. They gave no heart and love there's no there this morning and hit grand Giants are simply trying to digest. And I understand the loss of one of their baseball Brothers. In his home when you give us something like that because -- -- -- can happen to anybody in the last January his -- -- in my personal way. Tell us is some that's has taken down. He knows Melissa -- my house I was like inside players and know like you know how to react today and you know it's his son my heart goes out to their family and you know it's of the and it seemed noses in all of his slowing us you know one of our Brothers and don't be impressive it. This is so awful for the moment sooner or else there is thrown my -- this. Donovan doing the house Bruce. -- baseball such or close knit family. You know we spent so much time. With our own teammates I -- for six months you spend more time at them than you do your own families. You know so the Lawson angels' clubhouse right now is that is it's huge. You know -- isn't known for family member. So it's been -- if it's going to be tough and but you know. Your time and sure Capitol Hill. The baseballs very close family and even though they gave her was in the giant is an avid baseball family. Down I think everybody's took something out of everybody. Connect with the game of baseball on the field they're behind the scenes to -- this just tragic news. Heavy hearts in the brewers' clubhouse is well led a chance to catch up with some of the and then. First nominee rod and -- memories as similar situations. We know my thoughts in my prayers two his family affairs and obviously the Angels organization. He's been so much time with guys in the locker room. It's. It's very sad hands. I had a teammate out pass away before. And it's that I just my heart goes out so -- -- Angels organization and and first and foremost is his friends and family. This is. A tough tragedy for them deal with the so called him this morning he's VP in charge. There are communications and stop them. One and him let the whole family. The Angels know that. They have my prayers some hopefully they'll be able to climb out of this night. Say Giants released a statement in very deeply saddened by the news the dad says nick in two others are killed in the accident in Southern California this morning their thoughts and prayers go out to the families and loved ones of all involved. To the Angels organization and to the baseball community as a whole. Prior to today's game the Giants will hold a moment. Of silence to honor those victims had a chance to catch up with Giants manager Bruce that you before they came -- he actually has been through this before. Back in 2002. NC manager of the San Diego Padres. He lost Mike -- at spring training to a car accident and Bruce said that time helps but never forget. Very very tough day here at the park guys.