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  • Mariners keep playoff hopes alive with win over Angels

    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....
  • Angels confident Matt Shoemaker will pitch in playoffs

    Angels confident Matt Shoemaker will pitch in playoffs
    Matt Shoemaker extended his long-toss work to 150 feet on Friday, and he could throw off a mound by Sunday or Monday, fueling hope that the Angels' right-hander, who suffered a mild left rib cage strain on Sept. 15, will be ready to pitch in the...
  • Despite numbers drop in some areas, Angels' Mike Trout is MVP favorite

    Despite numbers drop in some areas, Angels' Mike Trout is MVP favorite
    Mike Trout is batting .290 entering the final weekend of the regular season, well off the .323 he hit last season and .326 average as a rookie in 2012. The Angels center fielder leads the American League with 181 strikeouts, far more than the 139 and...
  • Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton is certain he'll return for playoffs

    Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton is certain he'll return for playoffs
    Josh Hamilton, who has missed 18 of the last 19 games because of right shoulder, chest and rib-cage injuries, probably will sit out the Angels’ final three regular-season games in Seattle this weekend, but he said he has “no doubt” he...
  • Angels' Matt Shoemaker, Josh Hamilton make progress in returns

    Matt Shoemaker said he “felt great” after a bullpen workout of 30-40 pitches on Sunday, the strongest indication yet that the Angels' right-hander, who is recovering from a mild left rib-cage strain, will pitch in the American League...
  • 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 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

    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 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...
  • The Times' baseball rankings

    The Times' baseball rankings
    Last week’s ranking in parentheses, statistics are through Friday’s games:   1. ANGELS: Postseason appearances: Six in 15 years under Mike Scioscia, three in 38 years before Scioscia. (1)   2. BALTIMORE: So, if the Orioles and Washington reach...
  • Letters: Trojans don't look strong in Boston

    Letters: Trojans don't look strong in Boston
    It looks like Pat Haden won't have to be concerned with pro-USC bias when he performs his duties with the College Football Playoff Selection Committee. Vaughn Hardenberg Westwood :: In light of USC's 20-yard rushing performance against the vaunted...