Police say 30-year-old Gabino Genao, Alvarado-Genao’s estranged husband, shot the woman twice in the face as she walked out of a cousin’s house around 11:15 p.m. ET. Alvarado-Genao was the younger sister of Mora’s wife, Gisel.
She told WBAL that her sister recently had moved from Maryland to New York after getting a new job. Alvarado-Genao’s daughters, ages 9 and 5, had stayed in Maryland with her mother through the end of the school year, but those three had taken the bus to New York on Friday for a weekend visit.
(Iveliss) was missing them and sent my mom bus fare money to celebrate the holiday weekend together, Gisel Mora told WBAL. She had just picked them up from the bus station, picked up a few pies of pizza to celebrate them being together.
Losing Trout’s talent likely until after the All-Star break is devastating, but even more so for the injury-ridden Angels, who are already without Garrett Richards, Tyler Skaggs, Alex Meyer, Yunel Escobar, Huston Street, Cam Bedrosian and Andrew Bailey.
There is optimism in Anaheim’s camp that Trout can heal faster than Angels shortstop Andrelton Simmons, who had a similar injury last May, opted for surgery and returned after just five weeks on the disabled list.
Trout, who left Sunday’s game after getting on base for the 45th time in 47 games, is batting .337/.461/.742 with 16 homers this season for the 26-28 Angels.