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  • Angels acquire veteran reliever Rich Hill from Red Sox

    The Angels made their second move in five days in an effort to bolster their bullpen, acquiring veteran left-hander Rich Hill from the Boston Red Sox organization for cash before Tuesday’s doubleheader against the Chicago White Sox in U.S....
  • Huston Street thinks he'd look good in Angels uniform

    Huston Street thinks he'd look good in Angels uniform
    In the hours before the All-Star game, Huston Street dressed in the uniform of the San Diego Padres. The Angels are trying to put a halo on him, soon, and Street would be thrilled to join them. "I would love it," he said. Street cited the chance to...
  • Speculation surrounds Carl Crawford as non-waiver trade deadline looms

    The non-waiver trade deadline looms later this month, and you can expect more contenders and bottom feeders will do what the Oakland Athletics and Chicago Cubs have already done. The A’s bulked up; the Cubs dumped salary. Here’s a look at some...
  • Price not right: Angels won't break up major league roster in trades

    Price not right: Angels won't break up major league roster in trades
    David Price might be the grand prize in the trade market, but the Angels are out of the running. The Angels long have known they do not have the elite prospects necessary to acquire Price from the Tampa Bay Rays. That would require the Angels to trade...
  • Phillies get a D, Red Sox an F on midterm grade sheet

    Phillies get a D, Red Sox an F on midterm grade sheet
    With baseball at the ceremonial midpoint of the season, the biggest overachievers and underachievers are division rivals. The American League West is home to the teams with the major leagues' best records, the Oakland Athletics (59-36) and the Los...
  • Angels' little deal for relief trumped by A's big one for starters

    It should have been an unqualified good day for the Angels. They needed a left-handed reliever, and they got one. Their team got a little better. But the Angels are chasing the Oakland Athletics, the best team in baseball. The A's did not appear to need...
  • Howard lifts Phillies over Mets in ninth

    Howard lifts Phillies over Mets in ninth
    First baseman Ryan Howard's fourth hit of the night, an RBI single with two outs in the top of the ninth inning, snapped a tie and lifted the Philadelphia Phillies to a 5-4 win over the New York Mets at Citi Field. The Phillies (17-18) won their...
  • Dodgers fumble away another game in 5-3 loss to Phillies

    Best laid plans and all. Tired of shoddy play on the field, and with shortstop Hanley Ramirez out because of a sore left calf, the Dodgers fielded what they thought was their best defensive lineup. They then allowed three unearned runs on a pair of...
  • Dubee praises Rosenberg, owner of a 10-game scoreless streak

     
    With all the issues the Phillies bullpen has had this season, there are certainly openings for the pitchers who are here now to plead their cases for the 2014 season. B.J. Rosenberg is making it hard for the organization not......
  • Dubee confident Halladay will get better

     
    Pitching coach Rich Dubee doesn’t want you to worry about Roy Halladay. He isn’t. “Doc’s very honest about where he is,” Dubee said. “Listen, you’re looking at a guy that went to Single-A ball to make his way back...
  • Papelbon thinks Phillies can "go all the way"

     
    Normally Jimmy Rollins is the one making predictions during spring training about how the Phillies will fare during the season but Monday it was Jonathan Papelbon. During his press conference, the 33-year-old closer was asked how he thinks the team will...