Yuck. Per the article:
A toxicology report determined that a combination of “alcohol, fentanyl and oxycodone intoxication with terminal aspiration of gastric contents” was the cause of death for the 27-year-old, which was ruled an accident.
We're not talking prescribed drugs here, from the sound of it, given the fentanyl. We're talking illegal drugs. Truly a shame - but frankly, more or less what I expected, when they announced the cause of death as TBD, pending autopsy/toxicology, and that results wouldn't be public for two months.
Evidently the family is suggesting that an "employee of the Angels" - by which I have to assume they mean a non-player (although Skaggs himself was an "employee" of the Angels) - may have been involved. The family statement, as tweeted by the Angels' beat writer: