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  • 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...
  • After a shutout and a sweep in Boston, Angels now focus on the A's

    After a shutout and a sweep in Boston, Angels now focus on the A's
    The Angels completed their 2-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox in Fenway Park at 10:22 p.m. EDT Thursday. They showered, dressed and took the bus to Logan Airport for a six-hour flight to San Francisco. With any luck, they'll get to their hotel by 4 a....
  • Flooding in Angel Stadium shuts team store, damages other areas

    Repair crews scrambled to dry out Angel Stadium on Friday after a pipe burst in the wee hours of the morning caused extensive water damage throughout the ballpark. The Angel Stadium team store was closed Friday, but spokesman Tim Mead said the team...
  • Mariners Score 5 In 9th To Rally Past Red Sox

    BOSTON -- On the day Seattle manager Lloyd McClendon said his contending Mariners were officially starting their stretch run, the Boston Red Sox tried to play spoilers. Well, if that's the case, his team, seeking the franchise's first postseason berth...
  • Social media unleashes a new generation of Broadway Joes

    Vince Lombardi was in the hospital dying of colon cancer. He awoke one night, and from the deepest part of his soul bellowed a warning to the world. "Joe Namath! You're not bigger than football. Remember that!" If Lombardi had lived, what would he say...
  • On The Fly: Drummond Deserving Of USA Roster Spot

    Andre Drummond was selected to fill the 12th and final spot on the USA Basketball roster. It's a great accomplishment for the man from Middletown, who attended Capital Prep-Hartford, St. Thomas More and UConn before going to the NBA. "Maybe it kind of...
  • Marlins hope Saltalamacchia sustains recent success

    Jarrod Saltalamacchia has reached that point where his batting average no longer is relevant. That's not to say the .229 mark he took into Saturday night's game against the Rockies doesn't bother him. It's just no longer productive to dwell on it,...
  • Mariners Sweep Red Sox At Fenway For First Time

    Mariners Sweep Red Sox At Fenway For First Time
    Kyle Seager knocked in two runs and scored twice as the Seattle Mariners beat the Boston Red Sox, 8-6, to complete their first ever three-game sweep at Fenway Park.  Brad Miller replaced a dizzy Robinson Cano in the bottom of the third and ended with two...
  • Rating each of the major league ballparks

    The San Francisco Giants trail the Dodgers in the National League West standings, but they are second to none in one category: home ballpark. According to Los Angeles Times sportswriters Kevin Baxter, Mike DiGiovanna, Dylan Hernandez and Bill Shaikin,...
  • Marlins pound Wade LeBlanc as Angels fall back into first-place tie

    One way for the Angels to minimize the loss of Garrett Richards — at least, in their minds — is to tell themselves that the hard-throwing right-hander, who suffered a season-ending knee injury last week, pitched only once every five days....
  • Good riddance, Jeter [Commentary]

    Good riddance, Jeter [Commentary]
    My favorite Orioles-Yankees game of the last 15 years took place during the 2012 American League Division Series. On a chilly October night at Camden Yards, the Orioles beat the Yanks 3-2 to tie the series at one game apiece. Yankee fans often...