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Chris Iannetta

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  • Garrett Richards has second bad outing in a row for Angels

    Garrett Richards has second bad outing in a row for Angels
    Orioles 4, Angels 3 KEY MOMENT: The Angels rallied for three runs with two outs in the fifth inning, Chris Iannetta hitting a two-run single to center and Kole Calhoun smacking an RBI double to right, to pull to within 4-3, and they had their best...
  • Kevin Gausman shines as Orioles hold on for 4-3 win over Los Angeles Angels

    Kevin Gausman shines as Orioles hold on for 4-3 win over Los Angeles Angels
    When Orioles right-hander Kevin Gausman walked off the mound after the fourth inning Wednesday, moments after third baseman Manny Machado turned in another stunning defensive gem, the rookie said he wasn't dreaming of his potential moment in history....
  • Angels' bullpen continues to get job done

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Los Angeles Angels BALTIMORE-- The bullpen has been one of the Los Angeles Angels' strong points in the last six weeks, and it's a big reason they've become one of baseball's top teams. Los Angeles got another strong...
  • Improved control prompts turnaround for Angels' Santiago

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Los Angeles Angels - INSIDE PITCH ANAHEIM, Calif. -- After starting the season 0-7, left-hander Hector Santiago is discovering the effectiveness that the Los Angeles Angels hoped he would display when they traded one...
  • Angels overcome injury to Jered Weaver, beat Blue Jays, 5-2

    Angels overcome injury to Jered Weaver, beat Blue Jays, 5-2
    KEY MOMENT: With the score tied, 2-2, and the bases loaded in the fifth inning, Josh Hamilton lofted a fly ball to shallow center that didn't appear deep enough to score Kole Calhoun from third. But when Blue Jays center fielder Colby Rasmus made a flat-...
  • Angels can't catch a break in 4-0 loss to Blue Jays

    Angels can't catch a break in 4-0 loss to Blue Jays
    It wasn’t only R.A. Dickey’s tricky knuckler that stymied the Angels in a 4-0 loss Tuesday. Not much went the Angels’ way, even when they tried to do the right things. When Mike Trout was thrown out trying to stretch a double into a...
  • In shutout loss, Angels find it's hard to prepare for knuckleball

    In shutout loss, Angels find it's hard to prepare for knuckleball
    It had been almost 10 months since the Angels last saw R.A. Dickey and his knuckleball — the fluttering, dancing temptress of a pitch that won him a Cy Young in 2012. To prepare for facing Dickey on Tuesday, bench coach Dino Ebel mixed in some...
  • Angels outslug Rangers, 10-7, for fifth win in a row

    KEY MOMENT: The Rangers scored three runs in the third inning to tie the score, 4-4, but Kole Calhoun blooped a one-out double to left field in the fourth, and Mike Trout, who will make his second straight All-Star game start Tuesday night, followed...
  • Angels are chasing A's, but anything could happen in second half

    Angels are chasing A's, but anything could happen in second half
    The Angels and Oakland Athletics are like a pair of cyclists who have broken away from the peloton, the A's holding the top spot in the American League West and the Angels in prime drafting position, 1 1/2 games back. The Angels, who at 57-37 have the...
  • New Angel Huston Street a short reliever with long-term aspirations

    New Angel Huston Street a short reliever with long-term aspirations
    New Angels closer Huston Street is in the final year of a five-year, $36-million contract that includes a $7-million team option for next season, but he does not view himself as a temporary solution for a club that has had trouble locking down the ninth...
  • Mike Scioscia open to second-guessing as Angels closed out Cleveland

    Mike Scioscia had his reasons for the four key decisions that didn't go his way in the top of the eighth inning Monday night, but they'll probably do little to appease those second-guessing the Angels manager during and after a 4-3 loss to the Cleveland...