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  • Manager: 'Too much attention' on hitless Mike Trout, Josh Hamilton

    As the Angels enter Sunday's elimination game against the Kansas City Royals, they have two regulars with no hits in the American League division series. One is Mike Trout, the consensus for best player in baseball. The other is Josh Hamilton, the...
  • Angels' October surprise: Season ends way too early as Royals sweep

    Angels' October surprise: Season ends way too early as Royals sweep
    General Manager Jerry Dipoto was convinced the Angels could win not only Sunday night's do-or-die game against the Kansas City Royals “but 10 more games” if they could get their high-powered offense on track. “This team can be electric...
  • Angels starter C.J. Wilson's night is over quickly

    Angels starter C.J. Wilson's night is over quickly
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — C.J. Wilson gave up a pair of one-out singles in the first inning Sunday night before striking out cleanup batter Eric Hosmer on three pitches. He walked Billy Butler to load the bases, and Vinnie Pestano started warming up in the...
  • Royals make things extra tough for Angels with 4-1 win in Game 2

    Royals make things extra tough for Angels with 4-1 win in Game 2
    The Angels rallied in the wake of a season-ending injury to their best pitcher, Garrett Richards, in August and got so hot they turned a four-game American League West deficit on Aug.10 into a runaway division title. They toiled through a six-month...
  • Letters: The fall of the Dodgers and Angels

    Letters: The fall of the Dodgers and Angels
    The Dodgers and Angels have clearly shown us that regular-season records and inflated payrolls, regardless of how impressive, do not make champions. Championships are earned in the postseason, and happen when each individual player performs to his maximum...
  • Angels swept out of postseason in 8-3 loss to Royals

    Angels swept out of postseason in 8-3 loss to Royals
    At the end, some Angels lingered on the top step of the dugout as the rain fell and the Royals hugged on the mound. The official end of the Angels’ 2014 season was a Mike Trout strikeout, but they were done much earlier than that. They were...
  • Angels Manager Mike Scioscia is sticking with struggling Josh Hamilton

    Josh Hamilton has three hits, including two homers, in 25 at-bats against Kansas City ace James Shields, a .120 career average that would make some managers hesitant to start Hamilton in a win-or-go-home game. Not Mike Scioscia, who said Hamilton will...
  • Angels know they are capable despite 0-2 series deficit against Royals

    Angels know they are capable despite 0-2 series deficit against Royals
    It's a fine mess the Angels have gotten themselves into, losing the first two games of the American League division series, both 11-inning nail-biters, to the Kansas City Royals at home, their high-powered offense scratching and clawing just to get...
  • Angels Manager Mike Scioscia stands by his man Josh Hamilton

    Angels Manager Mike Scioscia stands by his man Josh Hamilton
    Josh Hamilton was back in the Angels lineup for Game 2 of the American League division series against Kansas City on Friday night, much to the dismay of many Angels fans who believe the team is better off without him. Hamilton missed all but one of...
  • Angels end regular season with 4-1 loss to Seattle

    KEY MOMENT: In what could be the final at-bat of his 16-year career, veteran infielder John McDonald, 40, laced a run-scoring double to left in the ninth inning. "I just wanted to put a good swing on a ball one more time," McDonald said, fighting back...
  • Mariners keep playoff hopes alive with win over Angels

    An emotional roller coaster of a ride through the late innings Saturday night came to sudden stop with the Seattle Mariners in a place few thought they'd be three days ago: in position to make the playoffs on the final day of the regular season....