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Mike Scioscia

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  • Angels' Mike Trout will continue sliding headfirst

    Angels' Mike Trout will continue sliding headfirst
    In a corner of the Angels' clubhouse, Josh Hamilton was talking about the thumb injury that has kept him out of the lineup for three weeks and could keep him out for another three. In the center of the clubhouse, the television flashed news that Bryce...
  • Angels find offense in 6-4 win over Indians

    Angels find offense in 6-4 win over Indians
    KEY MOMENT: The Indians had gotten out of the fifth inning with a 2-0 deficit when J.B. Shuck grounded into a double play, or had they? As Angels Manager Mike Scioscia challenged the call, three of the Cleveland players left the field anyway, and...
  • Angels put up all-around effort in 7-1 win over Indians

    Angels put up all-around effort in 7-1 win over Indians
    KEY MOMENT: David Freese’s single off Cleveland Indians reliever Marc Rzepczynski in the fifth inning, which scored Mike Trout and Albert Pujols to give the Angels a 5-1 lead on their way to a 7-1 victory and a sweep of their three-game series...
  • Howie Kendrick is fitting in as Angels' latest leadoff batter

    Howie Kendrick is fitting in as Angels' latest leadoff batter
    The leadoff spot in the Angels' batting order has been a case of musical chairs this season. But the latest player atop the lineup, hot-hitting second baseman Howie Kendrick, has given the Angels the spark they needed. Batting first for the second...
  • Angels' Josh Hamilton, Kole Calhoun, Dane De La Rosa close to return

    Angels' Josh Hamilton, Kole Calhoun, Dane De La Rosa close to return
    Angels outfielders Josh Hamilton and Kole Calhoun appear to be on schedule, or maybe a little bit ahead of schedule, in their return from injuries, and reliever Dane De La Rosa (shoulder, forearm injuries) is close to beginning a minor league...
  • Rangers homer twice in sixth inning to beat Angels, 5-2

    Rangers homer twice in sixth inning to beat Angels, 5-2
    KEY MOMENT: With two outs in the top of the sixth, Prince Fielder hit a ground ball to shortstop that probably would have ended the inning if the Angels hadn't shifted their infield slightly toward the right side. Shortstop Erick Aybar made a diving...
  • Hector Santiago's struggles weigh on Angels after loss to Rangers

    Hector Santiago's struggles weigh on Angels after loss to Rangers
    The Angels don't need Hector Santiago to anchor the rotation; that's the job of capable veterans Jered Weaver and C.J. Wilson. They just can't afford for the left-hander to be an anchor in the rotation, a pitcher who weighs the staff down. But that's...
  • David Freese's injury sets off flurry of Angels roster moves

    David Freese's injury sets off flurry of Angels roster moves
    Angels third baseman David Freese was placed on the 15-day disabled list Saturday┬ábecause of a small fracture on the middle finger of his right hand, an injury that set off a flurry of roster moves before Saturday night’s game against the Texas...
  • Angels might find some relief right in their midst

    The Angels have one-third of their opening-day lineup — left fielder Josh Hamilton, right fielder Kole Calhoun and third baseman David Freese, who suffered a small fracture of his right middle finger Friday night — on the disabled list, yet...
  • Josh Hamilton calls surgery 'bummer,' hopes to be productive on return

    Josh Hamilton calls surgery 'bummer,' hopes to be productive on return
    Josh Hamilton wasn’t just feeling good at the plate when he tore the ulnar collateral ligament and the capsule in his left thumb on a head-first dive into first base in Seattle on Tuesday night, an injury that required surgery Friday and will...
  • Angels' Ernesto Frieri pays for mistake in 3-2 loss to Athletics

    Angels' Ernesto Frieri pays for mistake in 3-2 loss to Athletics
    Ernesto Frieri felt as though John Jaso was late on his fastball, so with a 1-and-2 count and a runner aboard in the top of the ninth inning Monday night, the Angels closer, on to protect a one-run lead, tried to throw a two-seam fastball down and away to...