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  • Angels know they are capable despite 0-2 series deficit against Royals

    Angels know they are capable despite 0-2 series deficit against Royals
    It's a fine mess the Angels have gotten themselves into, losing the first two games of the American League division series, both 11-inning nail-biters, to the Kansas City Royals at home, their high-powered offense scratching and clawing just to get...
  • C.J. Wilson looks strong in Angels' loss to Mariners

    C.J. Wilson looks strong in Angels' loss to Mariners
    KEY MOMENT: With the score tied, 1-1, the Mariners loaded the bases off Jason Grilli with no outs in the ninth when Kyle Seager reached on an infield single, Logan Morrison walked and Chavez beat out a sacrifice bunt. But Grilli, with the Angels employing...
  • Mike Moustakas' HR in 11th sends Royals over Angels

    Mike Moustakas' HR in 11th sends Royals over Angels
    The ball took a high arc and hung in the air long enough for Mike Moustakas to round first base and look. Would it clear the wall? When it did, landing in the first row of right field at a stunned Angel Stadium, he threw his hand up in the air. Of all...
  • Angels can't stand the heat in pressure cooker of Game 2 against Royals

    Angels can't stand the heat in pressure cooker of Game 2 against Royals
    The late-night cardiac kids were back at it Friday night at Angel Stadium, and we certainly aren't talking about the Angels. The Kansas City Royals did it again. This time, it was a two-run homer by first baseman Eric Hosmer. It came in the 11th...
  • Royals blast into series lead

    ANAHEIM, Calif. — Go figure. No team in the majors hit fewer home runs this season than Kansas City, but as Royals manager Ned Yost said before the game: "We have some guys that can hit the ball out of the ballpark." One of those guys is third...
  • Five takeaways from the Angels' Game 1 loss to the Royals

    Five takeaways from the Angels' Game 1 loss to the Royals
    The Angels lost Game 1 of the American League division series, 3-2, on an 11th-inning home run by Kansas City's Mike Moustakas. The loss Thursday night came to a Royals team that is quickly getting acquainted with extra innings in the postseason. Here are...
  • Mike Moustakas' 11th-inning homer lifts Royals past Angels, 3-2

    Mike Moustakas' 11th-inning homer lifts Royals past Angels, 3-2
    Kansas City Royals Manager Ned Yost yielded the hot seat to Angels Manager Mike Scioscia on Thursday night. While Yost pulled all the right strings in a battle of bullpens, it was Scioscia who left himself open to some second-guessing, first with...
  • A hair-raising way to pick a World Series winner

    A hair-raising way to pick a World Series winner
    Don’t be surprised if the World Series is decided by a whisker. Or, more accurately, whiskers. According to research from STATS Inc., the team with the higher percentage of facial hair has won each of the last four World Series. And that could...
  • Angels can go only as far as starting pitchers take them

    Angels can go only as far as starting pitchers take them
    Superb starting pitching can carry a team to a World Series title, as the Chicago White Sox showed in 2005, when Jose Contreras, Mark Buehrle, Jon Garland and Freddy Garcia combined for a 9-1 record and a 2.84 earned-run average, four complete games and...
  • Angels may have turned back the clock

    Angels may have turned back the clock
    It first struck Tim Salmon in early July, when the Angels steamrollered the Texas Rangers in a four-game sweep. It became more apparent July 18, when the Angels traded for proven closer Huston Street, turning a much-improved bullpen into a dominant one....
  • Angels say playoff experience matters little in postseason

    Angels say playoff experience matters little in postseason
    Before David Freese had one of the best postseasons in baseball history, Albert Pujols came forward to offer advice. This was Freese's first time in the playoffs, and Pujols wanted to impart some wisdom. "It goes by fast," Freese recounted Pujols...