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  • Trainer Rick Smith, Angels fixer-upper, is in the house — for 37 years

    Trainer Rick Smith, Angels fixer-upper, is in the house — for 37 years
    Rick Smith gulps black coffee from a travel mug as he bounces past the empty training room's treatment tables and wall-sized photos of former players deep under Angel Stadium. A slender man with gray whiskers and a quick smile, Smith is wrapped in a 5-...
  • Letters: Dodgers take a little off the top

    Letters: Dodgers take a little off the top
    Let's hope the Dodgers' front office relief fares better than their bullpen relief. Alan Stern Shadow Hills :: For the past two weeks, I have been watching a baseball team wearing white and blue uniforms with clutch hitting with runners in scoring...
  • Angels announce 2015 spring training schedule

    The Angels will open their 2015 spring training exhibition schedule with a March 5 game against the Milwaukee Brewers at Tempe Diablo Stadium, the team announced on Thursday. The Cactus League home schedule features 15 games, including a March 8 game...
  • Local products bid farewell to 2014 Major League Baseball season

    Local products bid farewell to 2014 Major League Baseball season
    The following are highlights from the 2014 season for local athletes playing Major League Baseball. AFTER TRADE, MCCARTHY SHINES Brandon McCarthy, a starter, found himself on both ends of the spectrum throughout the season. The Glendale native began the...
  • Everything keeps coming up Royal blue

    Everything keeps coming up Royal blue
    Reality is a cruel mistress. It is angry and blunt. It is the mortal enemy of illusion. Orioles fans were re-introduced to it Tuesday night, when the Orioles lost Game 3 of the American League Championship Series, 2-1, and essentially served notice that...
  • Icing: It's not just for hockey anymore ... it's an ethical quandary

    Icing: It's not just for hockey anymore ... it's an ethical quandary
    Reader Patrick Gallagher of Long Beach demands more notes columns. Statistics say we'd better respond. In a recent scientifically inconclusive Los Angeles Times readership poll of 200 nuns, 47 ex-felons and 622 out-of-work lawyers, my regular readership...
  • ALCS Game 3 postponed because of rain

    ALCS Game 3 postponed because of rain
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Heavy rains Monday did what the Oakland Athletics, Los Angeles Angels and Baltimore Orioles (so far) have failed to do -- slow down the Kansas City Royals. The Royals, who won their first six playoff games, and Orioles were rained...
  • Pictures in the News | Oct. 6, 2014

     
    In Monday's Pictures in the News, people dance during a “@PinDropParty” in the 2nd Street tunnel as cyclists ride by during CicLAvia on Sunday. Kansas City, Mo.: The Royals celebrate an 8-3 win over the Los Angeles Angels that clinched the...
  • Dodgers and Angels take early exits on road to Freeway Series

    Dodgers and Angels take early exits on road to Freeway Series
    No one had to tell Clayton Kershaw that the playoffs mean everything. "It's a whole new season," the Dodgers pitcher said. "And nobody cares about what you did in the regular season." Just last week, Southern California baseball fans were buzzing...
  • Manager: 'Too much attention' on hitless Mike Trout, Josh Hamilton

    As the Angels enter Sunday's elimination game against the Kansas City Royals, they have two regulars with no hits in the American League division series. One is Mike Trout, the consensus for best player in baseball. The other is Josh Hamilton, the...
  • Angels may be losing their window to play in the World Series

    Jered Weaver shuffled slowly to his locker. He sat down, stared into his locker, then dropped his head into his hands. This was not for a few moments. This was for minutes, and more than a few. All around him, his teammates went about their business....