Officials reported, there was a rescheduling of a game between Texas Rangers and Los Angeles Angels due to Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs found dead on Monday.
In a statement police said, Skaggs was found indifferent Monday afternoon in Hilton hotel in Southlake, a Dallas-Fort Worth suburb.
He was evident dead at the sight. Foul play is not believed to be a factor at this point, and according to Los Angeles times, police spokesman said that suicide is not alleged.
The match will be held at a later date which was taken place on Monday.
The Texas Rangers club wants to express its deepest sympathies to the family of Tyler Skaggs and to the entire Angels club on this shocking loss.
Texas Rangers General Manager Jon Daniels informs television station KDFW that the rest of the series with the Angels will go on as planned starting from Tuesday.
Skaggs attended Santa Monica High School in California. He made his Major League Baseball debut on August 22, 2012, and pitched for the Arizona Diamondbacks for the 2012 and 2013 seasons.
Derrick Hall, Diamondbacks president and CEO, said in a statement that he is heartbroken with this depressed news. Tyler began his MLB career as a Diamondback and he will always be remembered here as a great teammate and amazing young man.