The ceremony was just one way the Angels will pay tribute to Adenhart this season, as players will wear a patch with the No. 34 above the heart on both their home and road uniforms.The Angels also put a picture of the pitcher on the center-field fence, along with his No. 34 with "Adenhart" written above it. Adenhart's locker will also remain in the clubhouse with his jersey and belongings. The Angels will also maintain a locker for Adenhart on the road. "That's something the guys felt strongly about," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "It wasn't even a question or a decision. Everyone felt very strongly about that." Adenhart's parents spent time at Adenhart's locker on Friday and removed some belongings. His father, Jim, kept Adenhart's game jersey from Wednesday, and his mother, Janet, kept his game-worn cap. The two also gathered dirt from the mound. "The magnitude that Jim and Janet are going through right now is hard to imagine," said Scioscia, who has a son similar in age to Adenhart. "They've showed an amazing amount of graciousness and gratitude for all the heartfelt sympathy that's been expressed not only in our organization but outside that. And that's what we're going to continue to do. We need to be there for them."
Rhett Bollinger is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.