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  • C.J. Wilson, Angels can't hold Astros back in loss 4-0

    C.J. Wilson, Angels can't hold Astros back in loss 4-0
    KEY MOMENT: Jake Marisnick singled off Angels starter C.J. Wilson with two outs in the seventh and the Astros leading, 1-0. Manager Mike Scioscia summoned Mike Morin. Marisnick stole second, and Jose Altuve was intentionally walked ahead of switch-hitting Robbie Grossman. This did not appear to be a favorable matchup for Morin, who held right-handed hitters to a .181 average last season but yielded a .283 mark to left-handers. Grossman, batting from the left side, hit a towering fly ball that cleared the 19-foot left-field wall 315 feet away for a three-run homer and a 4-0 lead. "The pitch was maybe up, but it was a 307-foot fly ball," Scioscia said. "He just hit it in the right spot." Said Morin: "I didn't execute the pitch, bottom line."
  • Angels' offense struggles to live up to the promise of spring

    Angels' offense struggles to live up to the promise of spring
    There was a 10-run outburst in Texas on Wednesday, and several notable games from Mike Trout, including a two-homer, five-runs-batted-in power trip in Houston on Friday night. Kole Calhoun is heating up, David Freese has slugged three home runs, and...

    Seattle's Hernandez continues recent success against Angels with 4-1 win

     Seattle's Hernandez continues recent success against Angels with 4-1 win
    It was a statistic that defied logic. Felix Hernandez has been one of baseball's best pitchers for a decade, a dominant right-hander with a 125-92 career record and 3.07 earned-run average, but going into 2014, the Seattle Mariners' ace had a pedestrian...

    Felix Hernandez-backed Mariners beat Angels, 4-1, in season opener

    Felix Hernandez-backed Mariners beat Angels, 4-1, in season opener
    Mike Trout crushed a solo home run to center field in his first at-bat of 2015 Monday, the second straight season in which the Angels center fielder homered off Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez in his first at-bat of the year. And that was pretty...

    Mariners and Felix Hernandez shackle Angels, 4-1 in season opener

    Mariners and Felix Hernandez shackle Angels, 4-1 in season opener
    Seattle Mariners 4, Angels 1 KEY MOMENT: The Angels threatened in the eighth inning when Chris Iannetta and Johnny Giavotella singled off reliever Danny Farquhar with one out. But Mariners left-hander Charlie Furbush replaced Farquhar and struck out...