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  • Angels botch the job in 9-2 loss to Yankees

    KEY MOMENT: With a runner on first and none out in the first inning, Derek Jeter lofted a routine fly to the gap in right-center field. Angels center fielder Mike Trout and right fielder Collin Cowgill both called for it, and neither heard the other....
  • Angels' Hector Santiago lets emotions spill over

    Hector Santiago was a happy-go-lucky left-hander all spring, endearing himself to Angels fans by signing autographs, posing for pictures and interacting with them on Twitter, and generally loving life with his new team after being traded from the...
  • Chris Tillman's strong performance spoiled by two errors in Orioles' 2-0 loss to Blue Jays

    Chris Tillman's strong performance spoiled by two errors in Orioles' 2-0 loss to Blue Jays
    Chris Tillman battled through the early innings of his outing Friday night against the Toronto Blue Jays. In his mind, he wasn't carrying his best stuff, so he huddled with catcher Matt Wieters between innings to figure out how to maneuver through a...
  • Orioles hitters look to continue success over R.A. Dickey

    Orioles hitters look to continue success over R.A. Dickey
    The Toronto Blue Jays traded for R.A. Dickey before the 2013 season for the knuckleballer to anchor their rebuilt rotation, but he hasn't had much success against the Orioles.  The Orioles teed off on the 39-year-old right-hander in three starts last...
  • Orioles hit four home runs in 10-8 win over the Toronto Blue Jays

    Orioles hit four home runs in 10-8 win over the Toronto Blue Jays
    TORONTO – Balls can fly when the roof of the Rogers Centre is closed, so the Orioles still had plenty of time Wednesday after they fell behind by five runs in the second inning against the Toronto Blue Jays. And designated hitter Nelson Cruz,...
  • Dodgers stun Blue Jays with late rally, 10-9

    Dodgers stun Blue Jays with late rally, 10-9
    TORONTO — Their starting pitcher failed to complete five innings. Their new reliever showed why his previous team got rid of him. They trailed by five runs and were down to their last nine outs. Still, the Dodgers won. And the way they told it...
  • Blue Jays bullpen keeps Orioles off balance in Saturday's game

    Blue Jays bullpen keeps Orioles off balance in Saturday's game
    After Toronto starting pitchers posted two long outings in the two games before Saturday night's matchup with the Orioles -- and with right-hander Todd Redmond making his second start of the season -- manager Buck Showalter knew the Blue Jays would go...
  • Freddy Garcia roughed up early as Orioles swept by Blue Jays

    Freddy Garcia roughed up early as Orioles swept by Blue Jays
    The Orioles came to Toronto this week riding the momentum of eight wins in their previous 11 games and were fresh off taking two of three in Detroit. That momentum was crushed over the weekend here at Rogers Centre, and after the Orioles' 13-5 loss to...
  • Brian Roberts hopes his stay in Norfolk doesn't last long

    Brian Roberts hopes his stay in Norfolk doesn't last long
    Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts, who is slated to begin a minor league rehab assignment Tuesday at Triple-A Norfolk, hopes his stay there is a short one. Roberts hasn't played in a game since the third game of the regular season, when he injured...
  • Angels go from scoreboard watching to TV watching

     
    For the Angels to achieve their goal of reaching the playoffs they have to take care of their own business first. And Manager Mike Scioscia has been unwavering in stressing that. But they also need some help, which is why......
  • Orioles come up short against Blue Jays in 6-5 loss

    Orioles come up short against Blue Jays in 6-5 loss
    The Orioles have lost so often and in so many ways in recent years at Rogers Centre that squandering myriad offensive opportunities and blowing a late lead like they did to the Toronto Blue Jays in Sunday's 6-5 defeat seem rather pedestrian. These...