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  • Angels' Albert Pujols is again showing stellar form

    Every now and then, Albert Pujols reminds us of what he once did on a remarkably regular basis, unleashing the efficient, potent swings that were his trademark when he was voted the National League most valuable player three times and was one of the top...
  • Angels lean on pitching and power to beat Marlins, 6-1

    Angels lean on pitching and power to beat Marlins, 6-1
    KEY MOMENT: After Adeiny Hechavarria's first home run of the season gave Miami a 1-0 lead in the third inning, the Angels answered with three runs in the bottom of the inning on run-scoring hits by Mike Trout and Josh Hamilton, and a groundout by Albert...
  • Mike Trout powers Angels past Marlins, joins select fraternity

    Mike Trout powers Angels past Marlins, joins select fraternity
    Mike Trout turned 23 less than three weeks ago. But don't let the tender age fool you. With each passing day, the Angels outfielder proves he's already one for the ages. Wednesday, in the seventh inning of a game that had long since been drained of...
  • Angels still undecided on Saturday night starter vs. Athletics

    Angels still undecided on Saturday night starter vs. Athletics
    As the Angels begin a critical four-game series against American League West rival Oakland in Angel Stadium on Thursday night, they still hadn’t decided on a starting pitcher for Saturday night’s game against the Athletics. “We have...
  • Angels-Athletics is becoming a real rivalry

    It's probably wrong to say everyone in Southern California dislikes everything about the Bay Area. Or vice versa. But I'm not saying they don't either. Because the sibling rivalry between California's two most populous areas has long divided the state...
  • Angels able to fly past A's

    Angels able to fly past A's
    The opener of a four-game series between the Angels and the Oakland Athletics took a bizarre turn in the ninth inning Thursday night on a play that led to the A's filing a formal protest. The night then took a significant turn for the better for the...
  • Athletics decide not to protest controversial call in loss to Angels

    The Oakland Athletics decided not to file a formal protest of a controversial obstruction call in the ninth inning of Thursday night’s game in Angel Stadium, meaning the Angels’ 4-3, 10-inning victory will stand. General Manager Billy Beane,...
  • Angels get A's for effort in 4-0 victory

    Angels get A's for effort in 4-0 victory
    Oakland center fielder Coco Crisp risked serious injury when he crashed into the wall in a gallant effort to rob Angels catcher Chris Iannetta of a two-run home run in the fifth inning Friday night. Angels left fielder Josh Hamilton hurled his body into...
  • Cory Rasmus answers the call for Angels

    Cory Rasmus answers the call for Angels
    It was like a conga line from the Angels bullpen to the mound Saturday night. One by one, pitchers trotted into the game, beginning with reliever-turned-starter Cory Rasmus and ending with closer Huston Street. By the time the Angels completed a 2-0...
  • Garrett Richards expected out 6-9 months with knee injury

    Angels pitcher Garrett Richards has a tear in the patellar tendon in his left knee. The extent of his injury was determined after an MRI Thursday in Los Angeles. Richards will undergo surgery, which the Angels said would take place next week. He is...
  • There's a lot of brains behind the scenes of the Oakland Athletics

    The Oakland Athletics have the second-best record in baseball, have been in first place in the American League West for all but four days since April 12, and are chasing their third straight division title. Yet, some hardcore baseball fans would have...