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  • Garrett Richards is dominant in Angels' 4-2 win over Mariners

    Garrett Richards is dominant in Angels' 4-2 win over Mariners
    It's been several weeks since Garrett Richards lasted less than an inning in a loss to the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium. It was the worst outing of his young career and it continues to fade as a distant memory. On Saturday, Richards logged...
  • A wild pitch in 10th inning seals Angels' 3-2 win over Mariners

    A wild pitch in 10th inning seals Angels' 3-2 win over Mariners
    KEY MOMENT: With the score tied, 2-2, in the 10th inning, the Angels' Johnny Giavotella and Kole Calhoun hit consecutive singles to put runners at first and third. The Mariners intentionally walked Mike Trout to load the bases for Albert Pujols, who hit...
  • Angels' Hector Santiago makes another pitch to be an All-Star

    Angels' Hector Santiago makes another pitch to be an All-Star
    Hector Santiago was slightly taken aback Sunday when a spectator ran onto the field at Angel Stadium and dodged several security officers in the outfield before making his way toward the mound. "You just stand over there and it's like, 'What is he...
  • Angels Top Yankees Behind Trout's Offense, Defense

    Angels Top Yankees Behind Trout's Offense, Defense
    ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Chris Young simply threw up his hands when Mike Trout sprinted back and made his second remarkable catch of the night, robbing him of another sure run-scoring hit. From his glove to his bat to his feet, the New York...
  • C.J. Cron recalled from triple A, will start at first base Monday

    C.J. Cron recalled from triple A, will start at first base Monday
    There were no significant changes in his swing or approach. The simple act of playing every day at triple A seemed to cure what ailed Angels slugger C.J. Cron, who hit .315 (17 for 54) with four homers, 16 runs batted in and eight strikeouts in 13 games...
  • Kyle Kubitza is eager to improve before next big-league stint with Angels

    Kyle Kubitza is eager to improve before next big-league stint with Angels
    Kyle Kubitza was at the plate Sunday when Seattle Mariners reliever Tom Wilhelmsen unleashed a wild pitch that allowed the winning run to score in a 3-2 Angels victory. Less than an hour later, the rookie was packing his bags after being optioned to...
  • Mariners lose in 10th inning off wild pitch to Angels

    ANAHEIM, Calif. Mike Zunino had just prevented the winning run from scoring with a difficult block. With a runner on third base and two outs in the bottom of the 10th, he forced his body in front of a spiked curveball from Tom Wilhelmsen, taking it...
  • Mariners star Cano injured by warmup ball, Angels win 4-2

    Heads up, Robby! No one in the Seattle Mariners' dugout expected a ball to come flying in and hit Robinson Cano — the All-Star second baseman getting smacked on the left temple as the Los Angeles Angels' infielders were getting loose for the...
  • LEADING OFF: Cano's head, McCutchen exam, Matz debut

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ ROBBY'S NOGGIN The Mariners will find out if star second baseman Robinson Cano can play after he was smacked on the left temple as the Los Angeles Angels' infielders were getting...
  • Mariners hope return to Angel Stadium sparks outfielder Mark Trumbo

    Mariners hope return to Angel Stadium sparks outfielder Mark Trumbo
    Seattle Manager Lloyd McClendon hopes a return to Angel Stadium will be an elixir of sorts for Mariners outfielder Mark Trumbo, who is batting .159 with one home run, five runs batted in, 18 strikeouts and one walk since he was traded from Arizona to...
  • MLB is experiencing another power surge

    MLB is experiencing another power surge
    On the evening of June 16, baseball fans with the right television subscription were treated to an eerie display of power. It began at 8:18 p.m. on the East Coast, when Todd Frazier of the Cincinnati Reds hit a home run to center field in the fifth...