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  • Angels' newly aggressive Mike Trout builds on spring numbers

    Angels' newly aggressive Mike Trout builds on spring numbers
    If there was a way for Mike Trout to bottle up his swing, store it in a cupboard and break it out for the April 6 season opener, he would. But there are 17 more exhibition games, so the Angels center fielder will have no choice but to continue hacking....
  • Angels' Ryan Wheeler is the straw that stirs the (rehydration) drink

    Angels' Ryan Wheeler is the straw that stirs the (rehydration) drink
    Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson owns an automobile-racing team. Closer Huston Street is a prominent investor in a number of construction, real-estate and hotel ventures in his hometown of Austin, Texas. Ryan Wheeler, a corner infielder on a minor league...
  • Former Angels GM Tony Reagins hired by Major League Baseball

    Former Angels GM Tony Reagins hired by Major League Baseball
    Tony Reagins, who was fired as Angels general manager after the 2011 season, was hired Tuesday as Major League Baseball’s senior vice president for youth programs, a new role in which he will oversee the league’s expanded focus on youth...
  • Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson scratched from second straight start

    Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson scratched from second straight start
    C.J. Wilson experienced flulike symptoms Tuesday and was scratched from a spring-training start for the second straight time, a setback that could prevent the Angels left-hander from pitching in a season-opening series in Seattle in April. Wilson, who...
  • Dodgers, forever linked to civil rights movement, to host special game

    Dodgers, forever linked to civil rights movement, to host special game
    Don Newcombe has a story for anyone who doubts baseball's role in the struggle for civil rights in the United States. It was March of 1968 and Newcombe, one of the first players to follow Jackie Robinson across the "color line" that had kept African...
  • Jered Weaver struck out five as Angels beat Texas Rangers, 5-3

    Jered Weaver struck out five as Angels beat Texas Rangers, 5-3
    Angels 5, Texas Rangers 3 AT THE PLATE: Catcher Chris Iannetta highlighted a four-run fourth inning with his first home run of the spring, a towering two-run shot to left field off Rangers starter Lisalverto Bonilla. He also singled in the second....
  • Angels to play spring-training game in Salt Lake in 2016

    The Angels will play an exhibition game at their triple-A Salt Lake affiliate on March 22, 2016, the team announced on Monday. The game will feature two teams of Angels players, while another Angels team will remain in the Phoenix area for a split-squad...
  • Rob Manfred in no hurry to decide penalty for Angels' Josh Hamilton

    Rob Manfred in no hurry to decide penalty for Angels' Josh Hamilton
    Commissioner Rob Manfred said that Josh Hamilton’s rehabilitation from right shoulder surgery has eliminated any sense of urgency in determining a penalty for the Angels left fielder, who suffered a relapse in his battle with substance abuse....
  • Angels' Hector Santiago hit on forearm, 'more meat than bone' nailed

    Angels' Hector Santiago hit on forearm, 'more meat than bone' nailed
    It's always unnerving for a pitcher to be in his follow-through and see a line drive coming right back at him. "You're falling off the mound, you see the ball coming, and you say, 'Ahhhh!' " Angels left-hander Hector Santiago said. "You have no time...
  • White Sox newcomers David Robertson, J.B. Shuck getting job done

    White Sox newcomers David Robertson, J.B. Shuck getting job done
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — After a horrible outing on Will Ferrell Night, new White Sox closer David Robertson promised manager Robin Ventura he'd be better the next time. Robertson got through a scoreless inning on Sunday against the Angels but only after...
  • Angels spring training: Chicago White Sox 5, Angels 3

    Angels spring training: Chicago White Sox 5, Angels 3
    Chicago White Sox 5, Angels 3 AT THE PLATE: The Angels might want to put Mike Trout in cold storage until the April 6 season opener in Seattle. The center fielder had two singles, a walk and two runs in three plate appearances and is batting .556 (10...