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  • Andre Ethier gets job done for Dodgers in 5-4 win over Angels

    Andre Ethier gets job done for Dodgers in 5-4 win over Angels
    Of Andre Ethier's nine seasons in the major leagues, this has probably been the most difficult. On most nights, Ethier watches from the bench as Carl Crawford or Scott Van Slyke starts instead of him in left field. Ethier was offered a rare moment...
  • Angels 'erupted' after clinching AL West title, celebrate on field

    Angels 'erupted' after clinching AL West title, celebrate on field
    The Angels’ 5-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners had been over for several minutes, and as the Oakland Athletics began unraveling in the ninth inning of their game, the screams from the Angels’ clubhouse could be heard through the concrete...
  • Angels hot on playoff trail after winning again in Texas

    What a long, strange — and wildly successful — trip it's been for the Angels, who closed a grueling 10-game swing through Houston, Minnesota, Cleveland and Texas with eight straight wins, including Thursday night's 7-3 victory over the Rangers...
  • The Times' baseball rankings

    The Times' baseball rankings
    Last week’s ranking in parentheses, statistics are through Friday’s games: 1. ANGELS: If Chris Iannetta had more plate appearances, his .385 OBP would tie for third in the AL. (1) 2. BALTIMORE: Seven with at least 10 HR: N. Cruz, C. Davis,...
  • Dodgers beat Angels, 5-4, on walk-off error in ninth

    Dodgers beat Angels, 5-4, on walk-off error in ninth
    There are so many games in a baseball season, they’re not all going to look the same. Or end the same. The Dodgers beat the Angels, 5-4, Tuesday night on the ol' walk-off error. The Dodgers had runners on the corners with one out and Andre...
  • Clayton Kershaw struggles but Dodgers score in ninth to beat Angels

    Clayton Kershaw struggles but Dodgers score in ninth to beat Angels
    KEY MOMENT: With the game tied and runners on the corners, Andre Ethier pinch-hit for Kenley Jansen with one out in the ninth inning. The Angels employed a five-man infield and Ethier hit a dribbler to third baseman David Freese, who made an errant...
  • Angels in spring camp

    Angels pitchers and catchers report Thursday to Tempe, Ariz., to begin spring training. The team’s projected lineup and camp participants: STARTERS (projected batting order): Kole Calhoun, RF; Mike Trout, CF; Albert Pujols, 1B; Josh Hamilton,...
  • Mike Scioscia calls catcher protection rules 'work in progress'

    TEMPE, Ariz. -- On paper, the new rules intended to protect catchers from collisions at home plate appear reasonable. How well those rules work might depend on how effectively those rules translate from printed words into real-time baseball. "The game...
  • Fox won't expand Angels coverage in response to Dodgers network

    Fox won't expand Angels coverage in response to Dodgers network
    TEMPE, Ariz. — The Angels open their Cactus League season Friday, and the game will be televised on Fox Sports West, available throughout the Los Angeles area. The hype surrounding the Dodgers' launch of SportsNet LA — which is currently...
  • Angels' Kevin Jepsen is banking on new arm motion

    TEMPE, Ariz. — No one in camp is comparing Kevin Jepsen to sidearm-throwing Joe Smith, but there is a noticeable difference in the delivery of the Angels reliever, who has gone from a straight over-the-top motion to a three-quarter-arm slot. "This...
  • Mike Trout's grand slam leads Angels' 15-3 exhibition win

    ANGELS 15, CUBS 3 AT THE PLATE: The Angels batted around twice in the first four innings. Mike Trout hit a grand slam, singled, and drove in five runs. "Mike's got such a short swing," Manager Mike Scioscia said. "You wouldn't think it would take him...