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  • Clayton Kershaw says Adam Wainwright deserves to start All-Star game

    Clayton Kershaw says Adam Wainwright deserves to start All-Star game
    If the Dodgers advance to the World Series this year, Clayton Kershaw might start the All-Star game next year. That might be the only way, or so it might seem. Kershaw could be the best pitcher in the major leagues, but he will not start the All-Star...
  • Dodgers' Kershaw waiting for first All-Star start

    MINNEAPOLIS — If the Dodgers advance to the World Series this year, Clayton Kershaw might start the All-Star Game next year. That might be the only way, or so it might seem. Kershaw could be the best pitcher in the major leagues, but he will not...
  • All-Star bonus: It doesn't hurt to have home-field advantage in a World Series

    When Mike Scioscia of the Los Angeles Angels was the American League manager in the 2003 All-Star game, he said he apologized to players before the game. In the past, he told them, he would have been sure to get each of them in the game. Now, maybe not....
  • Huston Street thinks he'd look good in Angels uniform

    Huston Street thinks he'd look good in Angels uniform
    In the hours before the All-Star game, Huston Street dressed in the uniform of the San Diego Padres. The Angels are trying to put a halo on him, soon, and Street would be thrilled to join them. "I would love it," he said. Street cited the chance to...
  • Phillies get a D, Red Sox an F on midterm grade sheet

    Phillies get a D, Red Sox an F on midterm grade sheet
    With baseball at the ceremonial midpoint of the season, the biggest overachievers and underachievers are division rivals. The American League West is home to the teams with the major leagues' best records, the Oakland Athletics (59-36) and the Los...
  • Angels are chasing A's, but anything could happen in second half

    Angels are chasing A's, but anything could happen in second half
    The Angels and Oakland Athletics are like a pair of cyclists who have broken away from the peloton, the A's holding the top spot in the American League West and the Angels in prime drafting position, 1 1/2 games back. The Angels, who at 57-37 have the...
  • Angels improve bullpen before beating Mariners, 3-2, in 16 innings

    Angels improve bullpen before beating Mariners, 3-2, in 16 innings
    It would be a stretch to say that Friday night’s acquisition of closer Huston Street in a six-player trade with the San Diego Padres filled a critical need for the Angels. Not after eight relievers combined to throw 10 scoreless innings in a 3-2,...
  • This time Seattle drops Angels, 3-2, in 12 innings

    KEY MOMENT: Kyle Seager and Logan Morrison, who each hit left-handed, opened the 12th inning with doubles against left-hander Joe Thatcher to end a 1-1 tie and end at 15 a streak of consecutive scoreless innings by Angels relievers. Endy Chavez's bunt...
  • Angels' Garrett Richards shines in extra-innings loss to Mariners, 3-2

    Angels' Garrett Richards shines in extra-innings loss to Mariners, 3-2
    Garrett Richards might not have been an All-Star but he sure pitched like one Saturday night, tossing a perfect game through five innings. The Angels lost 3-2 in 12 innings. The second contest of a three-game set against Seattle pitted Richards...
  • Angels are on the mark against the Seattle Mariners, Fernando Rodney

    Angels are on the mark against the Seattle Mariners, Fernando Rodney
    Seattle closer Fernando Rodney shot an arrow in the air — at least figuratively — and when it came to Earth, he and everyone else at Angel Stadium knew exactly where it was: in the comeback-win column for the rally-happy Angels. Rodney...
  • Angels blitz Mariners in the ninth inning for 6-5 victory

    Mike Scioscia knows that not all comeback victories are created equal. "We've talked a lot about that statistic, and I think it's a little watered down," the Angels manager said. "If you're trailing, 1-0, in the first inning and end up winning, I...