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  • Josh Hamilton's status with Angels is still unknown

    Josh Hamilton's status with Angels is still unknown
    Josh Hamilton’s status with the Angels remained in question Thursday as the team awaited word from Major League Baseball regarding an unspecified disciplinary issue. Hamilton met with baseball officials in New York on Wednesday. Angels General...
  • Mike Morin hopes to fill seventh-inning reliever spot with Angels

    Mike Morin hopes to fill seventh-inning reliever spot with Angels
    The seventh-inning relief role held by Kevin Jepsen last season is up for grabs, and Angels right-hander Mike Morin plans to seize it. "Once Jeppy got traded to Tampa Bay," Morin said before Monday's workout, "that was my goal." Morin, 23, had a...
  • Angels' Mike Trout outlines goals for 2015

    Angels' Mike Trout outlines goals for 2015
    Mike Trout joined the Angels for their first full-squad workout Wednesday with two clear goals for 2015: cut down his strikeouts and increase his stolen bases. The center fielder was a unanimous choice for American League most valuable player last season,...
  • New baseball rules should speed up games

    New baseball rules should speed up games
    No longer will baseball fans be subject to a batter stepping out of the box, adjusting his batting gloves, taking a practice swing, spitting a couple times — and then repeating the entire routine between each pitch. Major League Baseball announced...
  • Angels' Josh Hamilton could be out a month longer than expected

    Angels' Josh Hamilton could be out a month longer than expected
    The Angels did not issue a locker to Josh Hamilton in their Tempe Diablo Stadium clubhouse this spring. The left fielder probably won't need one. General Manager Jerry Dipoto said Friday that Hamilton, who underwent surgery on the AC joint in his...
  • Angels open camp with some question marks

    Washington had the best record in the National League and was eliminated in the first round of the playoffs last season. The team's go-for-it off-season response was to sign ace Max Scherzer for seven years and $210 million. The Angels had the best...
  • David Freese gets to Angels camp with resculpted body

    David Freese gets to Angels camp with resculpted body
    David Freese reported to spring training Saturday with a new physique and a quiet confidence. The former is the result of a strength-and-conditioning program that helped the Angels third baseman "redistribute" the 220 pounds on his 6-foot-2 frame,...
  • Angels' C.J. Wilson aims to make fans forget about his 2014 season

    Angels' C.J. Wilson aims to make fans forget about his 2014 season
    C.J. Wilson's 2014 season began with a blow to the head, a batting-practice line drive that hit him in the face early in spring training. It ended with a blow to the ego when he was pulled from his playoff start after six batters, a three-run, three-...
  • Angels closer Huston Street making progress toward contract extension

    Angels closer Huston Street making progress toward contract extension
    If Huston Street can't work out a contract extension with the Angels this spring, he will have only himself to blame. The veteran closer has acted as his own agent since 2012, when he negotiated a two-year, $14-million deal with San Diego. He says he'...
  • Angels' Mike Scioscia cautious about Garrett Richards' return

    Angels' Mike Scioscia cautious about Garrett Richards' return
    Garrett Richards, who underwent surgery in August for a torn tendon in his left knee, was cleared by doctors Monday to begin throwing, and his agent said the right-hander was "on track" to be ready by the 2015 season opener. But Angels Manager Mike...
  • Angels' Mike Trout: from can't-miss kid to likely AL MVP in five years

    Angels' Mike Trout: from can't-miss kid to likely AL MVP in five years
    On a July afternoon five years ago, the possibility of Mike Trout became quite apparent to the Angels manager. Before Trout's $144.5-million contract, before the custom Nike cleats bearing the colors of a rainbow trout that he wore in the All-Star...