Angels Torii Hunter and John Lackey hold the jersey of pitcher Nick Adenhart, who died of injuries suffered in a car accident Thursday. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
Angels starting pitcher Jered Weaver gestures skyward in memory of Nick Adenhart after getting relieved in the seventh inning Friday. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
Angels pitcher John Lackey hangs the jersey of Nick Adenhart in the dugout before Friday’s game. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
A worker pastes the number of pitcher Nick Adenhart in center field at Angel Stadium. Adenhart, 22, and two others were killed early Thursday in an automobile accident in Fullerton. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
Irvine resident Steve Weitzner takes a photo of the memorial at the corner of Lemon Street and Orangethorpe Avenue in Fullerton, near the site where Angels pitcher Nick Aidenhart, Courtney Frances Stewart and Henry Pearson were killed by a suspected drunk driver. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
Balloons, candles and flowers are among the items in the growing public memorial to Adenhart at Lemon Street and Orangethrope Avenue in Fullerton. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
People stopped throughout the morning to light prayer candles at the Fullerton memorial to Adenhart. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
Two days after Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart was killed in a car crash, fans look at photographs and mementos placed on the brick pitcher’s mound in front of Angel Stadium. In the background at left are Jon Carpenter and his daughter Kyla, both of Orange, who watched Adenhart pitch in his last game on Wednesday. (Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times)
Among the mementos in front of Angel Stadium is a fan’s ticket for the game in which Nick Adenhart pitched a scoreless six innings. He was killed a few hours later. (Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times)
A sign in memory of Courtney Frances Stewart is among the items in the public memorial at Lemon Street and Orangethorpe Avenue in Fullerton. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
A group of friends gathered after school at Cal State Fullerton to pray for Jon Wilhite, who was in critical condition at UC Irvine Medical Center after the car he was riding in was struck by a minivan in Fullerton. Killed in the collision were Courtney Stewart, Henry Pearson and 22-year-old Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart. (Spencer Weiner / Los Angeles Times)
Fans pay tribute at a growing memorial to Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart, who was killed along with two others in an automobile accident early Thursday morning. Andrew Thomas Gallo, who was driving with a suspended license, was arrested. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
A trio of Angels fans mourn the death of promising young pitcher Nick Adenhart. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
Angels fans pay their respects at a shrine covering the brick pitcher’s mound outside Angel Stadium. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
Young fans outside Angel Stadium mourn the loss of pitcher Nick Adenhart. (Luis Sinco / Los Angeles Times)
John Schmoldt is one of the many baseball fans stopping by Angel Stadium to pay their respects and leave flowers for fallen Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart, who was killed by a suspected drunken driver early Thursday morning.
Bryan McCoy and his son Cody from Lake Forest pause next to the growing mound of flowers left outside Angel Stadium in memory of 22-year-old pitcher Nick Adenhart, who had started Wednesday night’s game against Oakland.
Angels owner Arte Moreno, center, is joined by Manager Mike Scioscia, left, and General Manager Tony Reagins, far right, after the news conference for pitcher Nick Adenhart on Thursday at Angel Stadium.
The Adenhart crash scene at Lemon Street and Orangethorpe Avenue in Fullerton on Thursday afternoon. (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)
Coroners remove one of the bodies from the accident scene. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
A crowd gathers at the scene of the accident that killed Angel pitcher Nick Adenhart. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
A Fullerton police officer looks for clues at the scene of the accident that killed Nick Adenhart and two others. (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
Elva Gutierrez and other Angels fans gather at the scene of the fatal accident in Fullerton. The game against Oakland that had been scheduled for Thursday night at Angel Stadium in Anaheim was postponed until a later date.
An investigator takes notes around the car in which authorities said Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart and two others were fatally injured early Thursday morning when a minivan driven by an alleged drunken driver broadsided them after running a red light.
Police arrested Andrew Thomas Gallo, 22, of Riverside, on suspicion of felony driving under the influence and vehicular manslaughter, said Lt. Kevin Hamilton of the Fullerton Police Department. Gallo has a prior DUI conviction and his driver’s license had been suspended, Hamilton said.