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  • Return of Mike Morin leaves Angels with difficult bullpen decision

    Return of Mike Morin leaves Angels with difficult bullpen decision
    Reliever Mike Morin gave up a bunt single and struck out two in a scoreless inning for Class-A Inland Empire on Thursday night, and the Angels' right-hander is expected to be activated off the disabled list Saturday after missing 15 days because of a...
  • Albert Pujols homer helps Angels outlast Red Sox, 5-4, in 19 innings

    The Angels and Boston Red Sox played 19 innings over 6 hours and 31 minutes in a game that started Saturday night and bled into Sunday morning, the second-longest game in terms of time in Angels history and one inning shy of franchise-record 20-inning...
  • Angels defeat Tampa Bay, 7-5

    Angels defeat Tampa Bay, 7-5
    KEY MOMENTS: Efren Navarro singled to lead off the sixth, stole second and scored on Mike Trout's bloop single to right. Josh Hamilton doubled to open the seventh, took third on Howie Kendrick's single and scored on David Freese's sacrifice fly. That gave...
  • Angels agree to terms with Frieri, Salas; Freese, Jepsen unsigned

    The Angels agreed to terms with closer Ernesto Frieri ($3.8 million) and reliever Fernando Salas ($870,000) on 2014 contracts Friday, avoiding arbitration with the pair of right-handers. But they were unable to agree to terms with new third baseman...
  • 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,...
  • Angels might have to lean heavily on bullpen

     Angels might have to lean heavily on bullpen
    TEMPE, Ariz. — The blueprint worked in 2002, when the Angels won a World Series title with a competent but hardly overpowering rotation and a deep and dominant bullpen led by Troy Percival, Brendan Donnelly and Francisco Rodriguez. It would be...
  • Angels' Jerry Dipoto is limited in attempt to improve team

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — For a general manager heading into what could be his walk-the-plank year, Jerry Dipoto appears calm and assured. His contract guarantees him nothing beyond next season, and the playoffs have gone on without the Angels...
  • Angels might find some relief right in their midst

    The Angels have one-third of their opening-day lineup — left fielder Josh Hamilton, right fielder Kole Calhoun and third baseman David Freese, who suffered a small fracture of his right middle finger Friday night — on the disabled list, yet...
  • Angels lose their groove right from the get-go; can they get it back?

    Angels lose their groove right from the get-go; can they get it back?
    The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim began their 49th season down the street from Disneyland on Monday night, and with the usual opening-game pomp came some strange circumstance. First, the usual stuff was there. Both teams lined the baselines and were...
  • Angels defeat Brewers, 9-6, in spring game

    Angels 9, Brewers 6 AT THE PLATE: Mike Trout hit a towering two-run homer to left-center field and singled to raise his spring average to .426 (20 for 47) with five homers and 16 runs batted in. Josh Hamilton, sidelined by a left hamstring strain for...
  • Angels' Dane De La Rosa struggles against Dodgers, to get MRI exam

    TEMPE, Ariz. — Four batters into an expected two-inning stint, Angels reliever Dane De La Rosa gave up a walk, a hit batsman, a single and a grand slam to Dodgers left fielder Scott Van Slyke. And that wasn't even the worst part of his afternoon...