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  • That was no malaprop: Angels reliever Joe Smith really was throwing up

    That was no malaprop: Angels reliever Joe Smith really was throwing up
    A baseball broadcaster will usually get a good laugh or end up on some blooper reel when he inadvertently says a reliever is “throwing up in the bullpen,” but Monday night, it was actually true. As Angels closer Joe Smith warmed to enter...
  • Angels get no relief in 4-3 loss to New York Yankees

    Ernesto Frieri isn’t quite ready to regain the closing role he relinquished to Joe Smith in late April, not after the Angels right-hander gave up a two-out, ninth-inning home run to No. 9 batter Brian Roberts that lifted the New York Yankees to a 4-...
  • Angels' season so far is a matter of perspective

    An ugly first inning that featured two Angels errors, one on a routine fly ball that dropped when Mike Trout and Collin Cowgill collided in right-center field, and two walks led to an unsightly 9-2 loss to the New York Yankees on Wednesday night. The...
  • Angels' Hector Santiago lets emotions spill over

    Hector Santiago was a happy-go-lucky left-hander all spring, endearing himself to Angels fans by signing autographs, posing for pictures and interacting with them on Twitter, and generally loving life with his new team after being traded from the...
  • Angels drop Hector Santiago from starting rotation

    The Angels removed Hector Santiago from their starting rotation on Friday, and they won’t say when he might return. Santiago is 0-6 with a 5.19 earned-run average. The Angels are 0-7 when he starts and 16-10 when he does not. The Angels are...
  • Angels' latest left fielder learning on the job

    TORONTO -- Efren Navarro did not appear to have much of a future with the Angels last fall. He was a singles-hitting first baseman, trapped in triple A, with Albert Pujols and Mark Trumbo ahead of him in Anaheim and top prospect C.J. Cron closing in...
  • Angels shake up staff, take it to Blue Jays in ninth

    The Angels will score. They have scored more runs than all but four teams in the major leagues, and that is with Josh Hamilton on the disabled list and a black hole at third base. The Angels will go as far as their pitching takes them. On Friday, they...
  • Angels score in ninth to beat Blue Jays, 4-3

    Angels score in ninth to beat Blue Jays, 4-3
    KEY MOMENT: The Blue Jays twice walked Albert Pujols intentionally to get to Raul Ibanez, and both times the Angels scored — in the seventh inning, when Ibanez walked to load the bases and Howie Kendrick followed with an RBI walk, and in the ninth,...
  • Should John McDonald start for Angels until David Freese returns?

    With David Freese on the disabled list, the Angels have settled on a third-base platoon of John McDonald against left-handers and Ian Stewart against right-handers. Stewart is hitless in his last 22 at-bats, matching the longest hitless streak of his...
  • Slumping Mike Trout doesn't need day off, Mike Scioscia says

    Mike Trout struck out four times on Sunday, and he enters play Monday tied for the American League lead in strikeouts. He is batting .128 in his past 11 games, with five hits and 14 strikeouts in his past 39 at-bats. Trout has played in all of the...
  • Angels lack timely hits in loss to Toronto Blue Jays

     Angels lack timely hits in loss to Toronto Blue Jays
    KEY MOMENTS: Three of them, the three times Albert Pujols batted with men in scoring position. He made an out each time, stranding five runners in all. Pujols leads the Angels with 26 runs batted in, but he is batting .182 with men in scoring position. He...