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  • Kyle Kubitza has an uneven big league debut in Angels' 4-2 loss to Rays

    Kyle Kubitza has an uneven big league debut in Angels' 4-2 loss to Rays
    It was an eventful major league debut for third baseman Kyle Kubitza, who cost the Angels a run with a mental error in the field, may have cost another run with a baserunning blunder and smoked a line drive into center field for his first major league hit...
  • Sonny Gray pitches A's past Angels in 8-1 win

    ANAHEIM, Calif. A's starter Sonny Gray is starting to pile up some serious numbers, not the least of which is his 1.60 ERA, the best in the major leagues, after pitching the A's to an 8-1 win over the Angels on Sunday. The only run Gray allowed was the...
  • Errors, poor play sink Angels against A's, 8-1

    Errors, poor play sink Angels against A's, 8-1
    The afternoon was ugly for the Angels, but it could have been worse. The Salt Lake Bees, their triple-A team, lost, 17-0. The Bees gave up 27 hits. They made 210 pitches. Their center fielder pitched the last inning. And, after that endless afternoon,...
  • Angels fall to Athletics, 8-1

    Angels fall to Athletics, 8-1
    KEY MOMENT: With one on and one out in the Oakland second, Angels second baseman Johnny Giavotella misplayed what should have been an inning-ending double-play grounder. The Athletics scored an unearned run — their first of two on the day —...
  • MLB: Doblan a los Angels

    MLB: Doblan a los Angels
    Los Angels solo fueron 'testigos' de cómo Sonny Gray se colocó de líder en efectividad de las Ligas Mayores, mientras los Atléticos cantaban el triunfo. Gray colocó en 1.60 su efectividad, la mejor en las Grandes Ligas, al ofrecer una estupenda labor de...
  • MLB: Los Angels no tuvieron respuesta ante Arizona

    MLB: Los Angels no tuvieron respuesta ante Arizona
    Robbie Ray permitió dos hits en siete innings sin anotaciones en su décima apertura en las grandes ligas, y los Diamondbacks de Arizona contaron con jonrones de Paul Goldschmidt y Yasmany Tomás para ganar por 7-3 el lunes a los Angelinos de Los Ángeles....
  • 8 Royals on track to start at All-Star Game

    Eight players from the AL champion Kansas City Royals are now on track to start at the July 14 All-Star game in Cincinnati, with Omar Infante overtaking Houston's Jose Altuve at second base. Catcher Salvador Perez, first baseman Eric Hosmer, shortstop...
  • Angels Manager Mike Scioscia is fed up with instant replay system

    Angels Manager Mike Scioscia is fed up with instant replay system
    When the Angels were in New York to play the Yankees in early June, Manager Mike Scioscia, bench coach Dino Ebel and scouting coordinator Jeremy Zoll, who mans the instant replay booth for the team, toured Major League Baseball’s replay command...
  • Royals threatening to turn mid-summer classic into a game of Monopoly

    Royals threatening to turn mid-summer classic into a game of Monopoly
    The All-Star game is about to begin a Blue Period. As of Monday's update of fan voting, which ends July 2, the American League starting lineup for the July 14 game in Cincinnati would consist of Angels center fielder Mike Trout and eight Kansas City...
  • Richards, Pujols lead Angels to 4-1 victory over Diamondbacks

    Richards, Pujols lead Angels to 4-1 victory over Diamondbacks
    KEY MOMENT: Albert Pujols followed Mike Trout's two-out walk in the sixth inning by driving a 2-and-1 pitch from Jeremy Hellickson over the wall in center field for his 19th home run this season, his 11th in 18 games and the 539th of his career. That...
  • Angels, Dodgers are responsible for their own cyber security

    Angels, Dodgers are responsible for their own cyber security
    When Jerry Dipoto retired as a player and started his climb up the front-office ladder 15 years ago, the Angels' general manager discovered that teams would store their most treasured data on hand-written index cards. Now? "I will literally go weeks...