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  • Kole Calhoun is trying to figure out role with Angels

    Kole Calhoun is trying to figure out role with Angels
    TEMPE, Ariz. -- Kole Calhoun is having a little identity crisis. "I've kind of had these weird baseball personalities," the Angels right fielder said. "Am I a leadoff guy? A power guy? A guy who steals bases? I don't know. I just want to play, and you...
  • Angels defeat Indians, 8-3, in exhibition

    Angels 8, Cleveland 3 AT THE PLATE: A lineup featuring two Angels regulars, Raul Ibanez and Chris Iannetta, banged out 14 hits, including a triple, double and two singles by outfield prospect Matt Long, who is hitting .500 (10 for 20) this spring....
  • Angels lose to Mariners in exhibition, 5-3

    TEMPE, Ariz. — The Seattle Mariners can only hope that spring training is a harbinger of a surprisingly good season. The Mariners lead the major leagues with 14 spring victories, the latest a 5-3 win over the Angels on Sunday. The Mariners have...
  • Angels' Chris Iannetta ready to make clear progress

    TEMPE, Ariz. — Chris Iannetta looked over to the dugout for the sign. The Angels catcher could see a hand with wiggling fingers, but he struggled to count the number of fingers. "I couldn't tell between two and three," he said. That is worrisome...
  • Tyler Skaggs is looking to step into starting role with the Angels

    Tyler Skaggs is looking to step into starting role with the Angels
    TEMPE, Ariz. — Tyler Skaggs has the repertoire — a 94-mph fastball, tight curve and changeup — to pitch in the big leagues but has had only a taste of the game at the highest level, going 3-6 with a 5.43 earned run average in 13 starts...
  • Jerome Williams, Angels can't dig out of early hole

    Jerome Williams, Angels can't dig out of early hole
    OAKLAND — Forks and knives scraping plates were all that broke the silence in the Angels clubhouse Friday night after a 6-4 loss to the Oakland Athletics dropped them 11 games back in the American League West. It has become an all-too-familiar...
  • Mark Trumbo's record night powers Angels past Blue Jays

    Mark Trumbo's record night powers Angels past Blue Jays
    Mark Trumbo didn't just get a hit all five times he stepped to the plate Tuesday night. He circled the bases every time, too. Trumbo matched a team record with four extra-base hits, including back-to-back home runs with Josh Hamilton, and Chris Iannetta...
  • Angels lose to Rangers, 8-3, but Mike Trout's name pops up in MVP talk

    The American League most valuable player debate is heating up, with Baltimore's Chris Davis muscling his way into the conversation with Angels center fielder Mike Trout and Detroit slugger Miguel Cabrera. "Yeah, here we go again," said Trout, who won...
  • J.B. Shuck makes one of the great catches in Angels history

    J.B. Shuck makes one of the great catches in Angels history
    The day after one of the greatest catches in Angel Stadium history, the discussion Saturday was if it was the best ever by an Angel. Manager Mike Scioscia said no, ranking J.B. Shuck's fourth-inning robbery of Jose Bautista's home run — in which...
  • Angels' bullpen hot in Cleveland during 7-2 win

    CLEVELAND — The Angels got their much-maligned bullpen into alignment at Progressive Field, five relievers combining for 32/3 perfect innings in a 7-2 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Saturday night. When the Angels left Anaheim on Thursday,...
  • Angels can't hold back Indians in 4-1 loss

    It’s one thing to play meaningless games in late September. Plenty of teams do that. It’s another to be so far out of playoff contention that you’re playing them in mid-August, with a quarter of the season left. That’s a fate...