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  • 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...
  • MLB slightly adjusts home plate collision rule

    After all the angst, all the confusion, all the outrage over the new rule designed to make collisions at home plate extinct, baseball officials responded Tuesday with one little change. "If a runner is out by 30 feet," Angels General Manager Jerry...
  • Angels owner Arte Moreno, who stayed the course, closes in on big goal

     Angels owner Arte Moreno, who stayed the course, closes in on big goal
    When Arte Moreno bought the Angels in 2003, seven months removed from their only World Series championship, the franchise was regarded within baseball as a sleeping giant. The Angels, born in 1961, never had made consecutive postseason appearances. They...
  • Angels fall to Mariners, 4-3, as division series foe remains unknown

    Angels fall to Mariners, 4-3, as division series foe remains unknown
    The Angels know when and where they'll be opening the American League division series, but with two games left in the regular season, they still have no idea who they'll be playing. The Seattle Mariners, behind home runs from Kendrys Morales, Michael...
  • Jered Weaver gives up three runs early in Angels' 4-3 loss to Seattle

    KEY MOMENT: Within a span of 10 pitches in the second inning, Angels ace Jered Weaver gave up a solo homer to Kendrys Morales, a single to Logan Morrison and a two-run homer to Michael Saunders. Dustin Ackley's fifth-inning homer made it 4-0 Seattle. It...
  • Angels fall in Seattle, look for momentum going into playoffs

    Angels fall in Seattle, look for momentum going into playoffs
    Irrelevance arrived in Safeco Field in the bottom of the fifth inning Sunday when Oakland's wild-card-clinching victory over Texas was posted on the left-field scoreboard. That result eliminated the Seattle Mariners from playoff contention, making their...
  • Angels' Mike Scioscia reaches detente with Kansas City Royals' Ned Yost

    Kansas City Manager Ned Yost has been a lightning rod for criticism, his infatuation with the sacrifice bunt infuriating many Royals fans, and his ill-fated decision to replace starter James Shields with rookie Yordano Ventura in the sixth inning of...
  • Howie Kendrick's postseason track record hasn't been a hit

    Five years would seem long enough for Howie Kendrick to distance himself from a postseason resume that is nowhere near as glowing as his nine-year body of work for the Angels. But reputations die hard in baseball, especially those forged in October, and...
  • Angels may have turned back the clock

    It first struck Tim Salmon in early July, when the Angels steamrollered the Texas Rangers in a four-game sweep. It became more apparent July 18, when the Angels traded for proven closer Huston Street, turning a much-improved bullpen into a dominant one....
  • Angels say playoff experience matters little in postseason

    Angels say playoff experience matters little in postseason
    Before David Freese had one of the best postseasons in baseball history, Albert Pujols came forward to offer advice. This was Freese's first time in the playoffs, and Pujols wanted to impart some wisdom. "It goes by fast," Freese recounted Pujols...
  • Wild-card game gives Angels a running start on preparing for Royals

    Wild-card game gives Angels a running start on preparing for Royals
    Baseball's postseason blew in like a hurricane Tuesday night. No gentle sprinkles growing to a downpour. No breeze slowly turning to a gale. The Kansas City Royals won the American League wild-card game over the Oakland A's, 9-8, and it only took 12...