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  • Angels' season so far is a matter of perspective

    Angels' season so far is a matter of perspective
    An ugly first inning that featured two Angels errors, one on a routine fly ball that dropped when Mike Trout and Collin Cowgill collided in right-center field, and two walks led to an unsightly 9-2 loss to the New York Yankees on Wednesday night. The...
  • Angels botch the job in 9-2 loss to Yankees

    Angels botch the job in 9-2 loss to Yankees
    KEY MOMENT: With a runner on first and none out in the first inning, Derek Jeter lofted a routine fly to the gap in right-center field. Angels center fielder Mike Trout and right fielder Collin Cowgill both called for it, and neither heard the other....
  • Angels' Hector Santiago lets emotions spill over

    Angels' Hector Santiago lets emotions spill over
    Hector Santiago was a happy-go-lucky left-hander all spring, endearing himself to Angels fans by signing autographs, posing for pictures and interacting with them on Twitter, and generally loving life with his new team after being traded from the...
  • MLB promo: 'Clayton Kershaw doesn't just pitch, he makes history'

    MLB promo: 'Clayton Kershaw doesn't just pitch, he makes history'
    It turns out it wasn’t just the Dodgers eagerly waiting for the return of Clayton Kershaw. So was Major League Baseball. One day after Kershaw came off the disabled list to make his first start since the March 22 season opener in Australia, MLB...
  • Angels' latest left fielder learning on the job

    Angels' latest left fielder learning on the job
    TORONTO -- Efren Navarro did not appear to have much of a future with the Angels last fall. He was a singles-hitting first baseman, trapped in triple A, with Albert Pujols and Mark Trumbo ahead of him in Anaheim and top prospect C.J. Cron closing in...
  • Angels score in ninth to beat Blue Jays, 4-3

    Angels score in ninth to beat Blue Jays, 4-3
    KEY MOMENT: The Blue Jays twice walked Albert Pujols intentionally to get to Raul Ibanez, and both times the Angels scored — in the seventh inning, when Ibanez walked to load the bases and Howie Kendrick followed with an RBI walk, and in the ninth,...
  • Angels hold off Blue Jays in the ninth for 5-3 victory

    Angels hold off Blue Jays in the ninth for 5-3 victory
    Angels 5, Blue Jays 3 KEY MOMENT: What looked like a comfortable victory turned into a nail-biter for the Angels. They led, 5-1, after eight innings, but the Blue Jays started the ninth with three consecutive singles, bringing the tying run to the plate...
  • Angels getting push from young players

    Angels getting push from young players
    The Angels do not catch your fancy as a young team, Mike Trout notwithstanding. With Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton as the sluggers, Jered Weaver and C.J. Wilson as the rotation anchors, Joe Smith and Ernesto Frieri as the closers, and Howie Kendrick...
  • Jered Weaver, Hank Conger pace Angels in 9-3 rout of Blue Jays

    Jered Weaver, Hank Conger pace Angels in 9-3 rout of Blue Jays
    For the first time in two years, the Angels are two games above .500. Jered Weaver won his fourth consecutive decision and Hank Conger drove in a career-high five runs to spark the Angels to a 9-3 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday. The...
  • Angels power past Blue Jays, 9-3

    Angels power past Blue Jays, 9-3
    KEY MOMENT: In the sixth inning, Hank Conger hit a three-run home run, extending the Angels' lead to 6-1. Conger also doubled home a run in the fourth inning and singled home a run in the ninth, giving him the first five-RBI game of his career and the...
  • Toronto columnist says Mike Trout 'will never be an iconic player'

    Toronto columnist says Mike Trout 'will never be an iconic player'
    Everyone loves Mike Trout, right? Not in Canada, apparently. In a column for the Toronto Globe and Mail, Cathal Kelly scoffed at the notion that Trout could succeed Derek Jeter as the face of baseball. Kelly saluted the Angels' star for his playing...