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  • Mike Trout's slam powers Angels past White Sox

    Mike Scioscia did what any manager would do against Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale, stacking the Angels lineup with eight right-handed batters in hopes of beating an ace who held left-handers hitless in 32 at-bats this season. It didn't seem to matter...
  • Mike Trout thinks small, comes up huge in Angels' win over White Sox

    Chris Sale’s full-count changeup to Angels slugger Mike Trout with the bases loaded in the eighth inning Saturday night was shin-high and several inches off the plate, a pitch Chicago White Sox Manager Robin Ventura said was “probably ball...
  • Angels fall apart in 11-3 loss to Oakland

    Angels fall apart in 11-3 loss to Oakland
    Athletics 11, Angels 3 KEY MOMENT: With the score tied, 3-3, in the seventh, Yoenis Cespedes fouled off two tough pitches from Angels setup man Joe Smith before lining a two-run triple to right for a 5-3 A's lead. Derek Norris walked, and Alberto...
  • Athletics continue to gain upper hand on Angels with 11-3 win

    It’s far too early to concede the American League West to the Oakland Athletics, but the early returns don’t look too promising for the Angels. Yoenis Cespedes had the game of his life Saturday night, gunning down two runners at the plate in...
  • Angels go to extras to beat Athletics, 4-3

    Angels go to extras to beat Athletics, 4-3
    KEY MOMENT: Albert Pujols isn't known for his speed, but after drawing a walk to lead off the 10th inning, the Angels' first baseman took third on Josh Hamilton's single to center field and scored the winning run on Howie Kendrick's sacrifice fly to...
  • 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...
  • Angels' Matt Shoemaker dominates Boston Red Sox in 2-0 win

    Angels' Matt Shoemaker dominates Boston Red Sox in 2-0 win
    KEY MOMENT: Seven outs away from a no-hitter, Angels pitcher Matt Shoemaker hung a 2-and-2 split-fingered fastball to Will Middlebrooks, who lined a double to left for Boston’s only hit. “It was supposed be down, but it was belt-high, middle-...
  • Angels' Garrett Richards has torn knee tendon, will miss pennant drive

    Angels' Garrett Richards has torn knee tendon, will miss pennant drive
    Garrett Richards suffered a torn patellar tendon in his left knee and will undergo surgery Friday, a procedure that will sideline the Angels right-hander for six to nine months and could deal a severe blow to the team's pennant hopes. If the Angels...
  • Oakland Athletics take first game of series with Angels, 5-3

    Oakland Athletics take first game of series with Angels, 5-3
    KEY MOMENT: Angels reliever Jason Grilli came into a tie game in the sixth inning and five batters later Oakland had a two-run lead on an infield single, Sam Fuld's triple to right-center and Andy Parrino's scoring fly ball. The Angels didn't quit,...
  • Angels lose some ground in Oakland

    Angels lose some ground in Oakland
    Mike Scioscia was fully aware of both the calendar and the consequences Friday when his Angels opened a three-game series against the Oakland Athletics. The lead in the American League West was hanging in the balance with five weeks left in the season....
  • Ubaldo Jimenez allows six runs, Orioles manage four hits in 6-0 loss to Indians

    Ubaldo Jimenez allows six runs, Orioles manage four hits in 6-0 loss to Indians
    The Orioles have played well enough this season that even their biggest concerns don't seem particularly urgent. But sometime soon the club must decide whether it can afford to leave its most expensive pitcher in the rotation as the postseason nears....