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  • Angels defeat Brewers, 3-2, behind C.J. Cron

    Angels defeat Brewers, 3-2, behind C.J. Cron
    AT THE PLATE: C.J. Cron stroked two opposite-field hits, a third-inning double and fourth-inning single, off right-handers Kyle Lohse and Ariel Pena. With Matt Joyce replacing the sidelined Josh Hamilton in left field, Cron could seize more of a full-time designated hitter role if he can hit right-handers consistently. He hit .255 against right-handers as a rookie last season and .258 against left-handers. "His upside is to hit right-handers as well as left-handers," Manager Mike Scioscia said. "It's going to take a little experience, but he'll get there."
  • Angels set Cactus League rotation; Garrett Richards begins drills

    Angels set Cactus League rotation; Garrett Richards begins drills
    Angels left-hander Hector Santiago will start Thursday’s Cactus League opener against the Milwaukee Brewers, and he will be followed in the exhibition-season rotation by Jered Weaver, C.J. Wilson and Matt Shoemaker, Manager Mike Scioscia said...

    Grant Green has sights on winning Angels' second base job

    Grant Green has sights on winning Angels' second base job
    Grant Green spent most of his baseball life playing shortstop. He starred at the position at Anaheim Canyon High, moved on to USC and became a first-round draft pick of the Oakland Athletics. Six years and multiple positions later, Green is...

    Angels' Mike Trout outlines goals for 2015

    Angels' Mike Trout outlines goals for 2015
    Mike Trout joined the Angels for their first full-squad workout Wednesday with two clear goals for 2015: cut down his strikeouts and increase his stolen bases. The center fielder was a unanimous choice for American League most valuable player last season,...

    Angels open camp with some question marks

    Washington had the best record in the National League and was eliminated in the first round of the playoffs last season. The team's go-for-it off-season response was to sign ace Max Scherzer for seven years and $210 million. The Angels had the best...