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  • Angels' Joe Smith and Huston Street are artful relievers

    Angels' Joe Smith and Huston Street are artful relievers
    They're slingshot-wielding relievers in a game of flame throwers, two stick-and-move artists among punch-out specialists. Angels closer Huston Street and setup man Joe Smith won't wow you with stuff. Street mixes a 90-mph fastball with a slider and...
  • Jim Harbaugh becomes Oakland A's coach for day in Arizona

    The Oakland A's added a new coach to their roster on Saturday. Might've heard of him — Jim Harbaugh. The former coach of the San Francisco 49ers and new coach at Michigan appeared in full uniform Saturday, including high socks, for the A's. He...
  • Spring training game: Angels 3, Colorado 0

    Spring training game: Angels 3, Colorado 0
    AT THE PLATE: The Angels loaded the bases with no outs in the first inning when Kole Calhoun singled, Mike Trout walked and Albert Pujols singled, but they scored only once, on Matt Joyce's sacrifice fly to left. Erick Aybar tripled to right and scored on...
  • Matt Lindstrom is in good shape after last season's ankle injury

    Matt Lindstrom is in good shape after last season's ankle injury
    Matt Lindstrom has an impressive major league resume for a guy on a minor league contract. The 35-year-old right-hander is 17-21 with a 3.68 earned-run average and 51 saves over eight big-league seasons and has been both a setup man and closer. But age,...
  • Angels' Matt Joyce was driven to success by Dad's tough love

    Angels' Matt Joyce was driven to success by Dad's tough love
    The booming, baritone voice still rattles in the head of Matt Joyce some 15 years later, even after the son grew up to be a major league outfielder and All-Star. "You've got to want it!" his father would say. "You've got to work at it! You've got to put...
  • Angels' Garrett Richards moves closer to return from knee surgery

    Angels' Garrett Richards moves closer to return from knee surgery
    Garrett Richards took another significant step in his return from left-knee surgery on Saturday, throwing 30 pitches during his first live batting-practice session of the spring and saying he “felt great” afterward. The hard-throwing right-...
  • Spring training: Oakland 8, Angels 7

    Spring training: Oakland 8, Angels 7
    AT THE PLATE: Efren Navarro, an outfielder-first baseman competing for a bench spot, had three hits, including a hit-and-run, run-scoring single through a vacated shortstop hole in the fourth inning and a run-scoring double to right-center field in the...
  • Pitching adjustment is paying off for Angels' C.J. Wilson

    Pitching adjustment is paying off for Angels' C.J. Wilson
    An off-season of breaking down video, tinkering with his mechanics and stewing over a brutal end to a subpar 2014 season gave way to something different for Angels left-hander C.J. Wilson on Saturday: an actual baseball game. "It was nice," Wilson...
  • Angels' Mike Trout will adjust his approach, swing at more first pitches

    Angels' Mike Trout will adjust his approach, swing at more first pitches
    Angels center fielder Mike Trout took a mighty hack at the first Cactus League pitch he saw Thursday and sent a fly ball to right-center field for an out. This would be a normal occurrence for most major leaguers, who swung at the first pitch 25.2% of...
  • MLB players union rips leaks on Josh Hamilton's issues

    The Major League Baseball Players Association is furious about information leaks surrounding Los Angeles Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton. In a statement Thursday, the union said the anonymous leaks about Hamilton's situation "are cowardly, undermine...
  • Alejandro De Aza reports to Orioles camp, talks about losing arbitration hearing

    Alejandro De Aza reports to Orioles camp, talks about losing arbitration hearing
    Orioles outfielder Alejandro De Aza had heard the horror stories about how arbitration hearings go -- when the team you’re about to play for breaks down each of your flaws in an effort to win the case. But despite losing his arbitration case...