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  • Angels feel no pressure to match Athletics' moves

    The Oakland Athletics picked up a new player Sunday. And they may add another by Tuesday. But don't expect the Angels to cover those moves with trades of their own. "You have to make sure you tend your own garden," General Manager Jerry Dipoto said....
  • Angels cruise past A's, 9-4, sit alone atop AL West

    Angels cruise past A's, 9-4, sit alone atop AL West
    Angels Manager Mike Scioscia says he doesn't pay much attention to the standings during August. "The division lead is important after the last game of the season,"  he said. "The standings are a distraction right now. "Maybe in about two or three...
  • Mariners are seriously angling for the playoffs

    Mariners are seriously angling for the playoffs
    The Angels have the most victories in the major leagues and the second-place Oakland Athletics are leading the American League wild-card race. Yet, neither has been the best team in the AL West over the last five weeks. Since July 26, no team in the...
  • Albert Pujols reaches milestones, helps Angels beat Twins, 8-5

    MINNEAPOLIS — Only 70 players in major league history have scored at least 1,500 runs, and 98 players have amassed 2,500 hits or more. Albert Pujols achieved both of those career milestones on one memorable Saturday night in Target Field. The...
  • Angels to open 2015 season at Seattle, face NL West in interleague play

    The Angels will open the 2015 season with a three-game series in Seattle from April 6 to 8, and their home opener will be against the Kansas City Royals on April 10. They will close the regular season with a four-game series at Texas from Oct. 1 to 4....
  • Dodgers are scheduled to open 2015 season at home against the Padres

    Dodgers are scheduled to open 2015 season at home against the Padres
    The Dodgers will open the 2015 season at Dodger Stadium against the San Diego Padres on April 4, according to a tentative schedule released Monday by Major League Baseball. The game will fall on a Monday. Following the season-opening, three-game series...
  • Angels are doing well but haven't hit full stride yet

    Angels are doing well but haven't hit full stride yet
    The Angels have the second-best record in the majors, having started Tuesday 23 games over .500 for the first time in five seasons. So just imagine how good they would be if they started playing up to their capabilities. Just look at the numbers:...
  • Dodgers find plenty of offense in 9-4 win over Padres

    Dodgers find plenty of offense in 9-4 win over Padres
    KEY MOMENT: The Dodgers scored twice in the fourth inning to open up a 4-1 lead, as Yasiel Puig singled in Matt Kemp and A.J. Ellis grounded out to drive in Carl Crawford. For Puig, the run batted in was his first in 16 games. The game moved completely...
  • Angels' slugging doesn't stop in 9-3 victory over Rangers

    The Angels were playing their third game in three days in three cities, a somewhat dizzying array of flights, bus rides and hotels that prompted Manager Mike Scioscia to quip before Tuesday night's game against the Texas Rangers: "Where are we?" Then...
  • Angels grounded by Houston Astros, 4-1

    This is why the Angels tempered their enthusiasm after completing a four-game sweep of Oakland on Sunday, marking the occasion with statements such as "There's a lot of baseball left" and "We can't get too excited yet." They know how quickly things can...
  • Angels come through in the clutch in 5-4 win over Twins

    David Freese seemed a little perturbed Thursday when reporters started peppering him with questions about his slump. "Guys, I didn't get a hit for three or four days," the Angels third baseman said. "Come on." Actually, Freese went six games without a...