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  • Forget Lakers' woes — these SoCal teams' seasons were memorably bad

    As brutal as this season has been for the Lakers, who are on pace for one of the worst records in the 55-year Los Angeles history of the franchise, it could be a lot worse. Kobe Bryant and (Bad) Co. are nowhere near as dreadful as that Clippers club...
  • Angels' $8-million signing of infielder Roberto Baldoquin is official

    Angels' $8-million signing of infielder Roberto Baldoquin is official
    The Angels officially announced the signing of Roberto Baldoquin to an $8-million bonus on Tuesday after the Cuban middle infielder passed a physical in mid-December. The right-handed-hitting Baldoquin, 20, is a highly regarded 5-foot-11, 195-pounder...
  • Suspect arrested in shooting death of ex-Angels prospect Ryan Bolden

    Suspect arrested in shooting death of ex-Angels prospect Ryan Bolden
    A man has been arrested in the shooting death of former Angels outfield prospect Ryan Bolden, police in suburban Atlanta told the Associated Press on Monday. College Park Police Maj. E.W. Strozier said that Stacie Williams was charged with felony murder...
  • Learning remains fun at Falcon Winter Baseball Camp

    Learning remains fun at Falcon Winter Baseball Camp
    GLENDALE — Andrew Angell had quite a workout Monday in the expansive outfield of Stengel Field while going through an assortment of defensive drills. While attending the 19th annual Falcon Winter Baseball Camp, which began Monday and concluded...
  • Royals fill potential rotation hole with Volquez

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Kansas City Royals - INSIDE PITCH Securing a rotation replacement in anticipation of right-hander James Shields' likely exit, the Kansas City Royals signed free agent right-hander Edinson Volquez on Dec. 29. The...
  • Some highs and lows to remember from the 2014 MLB season

    Some highs and lows to remember from the 2014 MLB season
    Major League Baseball, 2014 in review: The highs •¬†Clayton Kershaw was king of baseball in 2014 — National League most valuable player, Cy Young Award winner, pitched a no-hitter*, hit a score-tying triple, fielded a ground ball behind...
  • Angels pitcher Cesar Ramos' wife Melanie has beaten tough foe: Cancer

    Angels pitcher Cesar Ramos' wife Melanie has beaten tough foe: Cancer
    Little Addison Ramos, a 5-month-old bundle of coos and giggles, sits on her father's lap and gnaws on the hand that feeds her, turning the thumb of recently acquired Angels reliever Cesar Ramos into a teething toy. She has her father's dark hair, her...
  • Some questions to ponder for MLB's 2015 season

    On Sept. 9, 1992, the Dodgers ended their game with an outfield of Darryl Strawberry in left field, Brett Butler in center and Billy Ashley in right. Kevin Gross pitched a four-hitter and the Dodgers beat the San Diego Padres, 4-1. The big news in...
  • If Howie Kendrick walks after next season, trade could haunt Dodgers

    Having any trouble with this one? The Dodgers traded a bright pitching prospect, a former ninth overall pick, to the Angels for one year of 31-year-old second baseman Howie Kendrick. Andrew Heaney, a 23-year-old left-hander, could become a mainstay in...
  • Angels acquire second baseman Johnny Giavotella from Royals

    Angels acquire second baseman Johnny Giavotella from Royals
    The Angels added another player to the mix of infielders who will compete for the second base job next spring when they acquired Johnny Giavotella from the Kansas City Royals for reliever Brian Broderick. Giavotella, 27, hit .238 with a .277 on-base...
  • Angels, Red Sox discontinue pension plans for non-uniformed personnel

    Angels, Red Sox discontinue pension plans for non-uniformed personnel
    Jerry Reinsdorf of the Chicago White Sox opposed last January’s vote by fellow Major League Baseball owners to allow individual teams to reduce or discontinue pension plans for non-uniformed personnel, a group that includes front-office executives...