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  • Rough outing doesn't discourage Angels' closer Huston Street

    Rough outing doesn't discourage Angels' closer Huston Street
    Huston Street found a potential silver lining in Tuesday's rocky inning against Oakland, when the Angels closer gave up four runs and three hits, including Luke Carlin's home run and Mark Canha's three-run home run.
  • Sunday's game: Marlins at Nationals: 1:05 p.m.

    Sunday's game: Marlins at Nationals: 1:05 p.m.
    1:05 p.m., Space Coast Stadium, Viera On the mound RHP Tom Koehler vs. RHP Doug Fister On the air TV: None Radio: WINZ 940 AM Saturday's game: A day after getting rained out in Kissimmee, the Marlins and Astros played to a nine-inning, 1-1 tie...

    Angels' Andrew Heaney, Nick Tropeano make spring debuts against Reds

    Angels' Andrew Heaney, Nick Tropeano make spring debuts against Reds
    The fifth spot in the Angels rotation will not be won or lost in one Cactus League start, so it would be unfair to put too much emphasis on what left-hander Andrew Heaney and right-hander Nick Tropeano did in their spring debuts Monday. But Heaney's...

    Marlins looking for Saltalamacchia to get defensive

    Marlins looking for Saltalamacchia to get defensive
    Offensively, Jarrod Saltalamacchia in his first season with the Marlins left plenty to be desired. Yet neither the.220 average nor.681 on-base plus slugging percentage nor career-high 143 strikeouts are keeping the Marlins awake at night. Teams can...

    Angels open camp with some question marks

    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...