Pulley singer, Scott Radinsky, underwent triple-bypass surgery

SoCal punk rock act Pulley singer and the bullpen coach for the Los Angeles Angels, Scott Radinsky knew something was wrong as he walked up the long flight of stairs from the Oakland Coliseum dugout to the Angels’ clubhouse after a 5-1 win over the A’s on April 13.

"I just felt weird", Radinsky said Tuesday. "I sat down in my chair, and I didn’t feel right".

Medical tests determined that two main arteries in his heart were blocked, the damage caused by the aggressive radiation treatments the former big league reliever underwent for Hodgkin’s disease in 1994.

A week after he fell ill in Oakland, he underwent triple-bypass surgery at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach on April 20.

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