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Thousand people came out to pay respects at angel stadium to three members of one family who died in that helicopter crash in Calabasas they were people who knew orange coast college coach John Altobelli his wife Carey and daughter Alyssa and then there were hundreds of former and current baseball players were either coach buyer competed against orange coast college for the last twenty seven years Scott Heineman or no place for the Texas Rangers has also was he was called took young men under his wing taught them life lessons and priorities and from that they became great players on