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  • Angels let it get away in the ninth to Rangers, 2-1

    In the Angels' 2-1 loss to the Texas Rangers on Sunday, closer Huston Street took the mound in the ninth inning with the score tied. He threw 12 pitches and said that all but one were executed properly. That one bad pitch, though, was costly. Rookie...
  • Angels remain hopeful pitcher Matt Shoemaker will return for playoffs

    Angels remain hopeful pitcher Matt Shoemaker will return for playoffs
    Manager Mike Scioscia acknowledged Monday that the chances of Matt Shoemaker pitching in one of the team’s final six regular-season games are “very remote,” but the Angels remain hopeful that Shoemaker, sidelined by a mild left rib-...
  • C.J. Wilson falters early in Angels' 8-4 loss to A's

    C.J. Wilson falters early in Angels' 8-4 loss to A's
    C.J. Wilson's evil twin took the mound for the Angels on Monday night. You know the guy: scraggly haired left-hander in the red No. 33 jersey, throws a whole bunch of pitches, a few for strikes. Five days after his best game this season, the enigmatic...
  • Erick Aybar steals a run, Gordon Beckham homers in 2-0 Angels' win

    Erick Aybar steals a run, Gordon Beckham homers in 2-0 Angels' win
    KEY MOMENT: Oakland loaded the bases off setup man Joe Smith in the eighth when Eric Sogard singled and Josh Donaldson and Brandon Moss walked with two outs. But Smith got Stephen Vogt to fly to right to snuff out the rally. AT THE PLATE: Erick Aybar...
  • Angels express growing concern over Josh Hamilton's shoulder injury

    Angels express growing concern over Josh Hamilton's shoulder injury
    Josh Hamilton will sit out a fifth straight game because of tightness and discomfort in the back of his right shoulder, and Manager Mike Scioscia acknowledged he is getting “concerned” about his left fielder’s lack of improvement....
  • Angels' slugging doesn't stop in 9-3 victory over Rangers

    The Angels were playing their third game in three days in three cities, a somewhat dizzying array of flights, bus rides and hotels that prompted Manager Mike Scioscia to quip before Tuesday night's game against the Texas Rangers: "Where are we?" Then...
  • Angels struggle at plate in 4-1 loss to Astros

    Angels struggle at plate in 4-1 loss to Astros
    KEY MOMENT: Jose Altuve hit a one-out double to left field in the eighth inning and Chris Carter hit a two-out home run to right against reliever Fernando Salas to extend a 2-1 Astros lead to 4-1. It was Carter's second home run of the game, his 35th this...
  • Angels grounded by Houston Astros, 4-1

    This is why the Angels tempered their enthusiasm after completing a four-game sweep of Oakland on Sunday, marking the occasion with statements such as "There's a lot of baseball left" and "We can't get too excited yet." They know how quickly things can...
  • Angels right-hander Cory Rasmus earns another start

    Angels right-hander Cory Rasmus earns another start
    Cory Rasmus will get his second straight start in place of the injured Garrett Richards on Saturday night when the Angels play the Minnesota Twins in Target Field, Manager Mike Scioscia said Thursday. Rasmus, who went 3-1 with a 2.68 earned-run...
  • Angels come through in the clutch in 5-4 win over Twins

    David Freese seemed a little perturbed Thursday when reporters started peppering him with questions about his slump. "Guys, I didn't get a hit for three or four days," the Angels third baseman said. "Come on." Actually, Freese went six games without a...
  • Angels need, and get, a little extra to beat Twins in 10 innings, 7-6

    Angels need, and get, a little extra to beat Twins in 10 innings, 7-6
    The Angels didn't so much beat the Minnesota Twins Friday night as they did outlast them. In a game that featured 17 pitchers, 39 baserunners and took 4 hours and 30 minutes to complete, Kevin Jepsen was the last man standing, the Angels reliever...