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  • Yasiel Puig impresses Torii Hunter, could draw more praise this week

    Yasiel Puig impresses Torii Hunter, could draw more praise this week
    The men who play baseball are fans of the sport too. The MLB Network is the default setting for every clubhouse television. When veterans hear about The Next Big Thing, well, they would rather not take the word of a talking head. They prefer to see with...
  • Steinberg: Mike Trout leads Angels' resurgence

    Don't look now, but baseball's hottest team is the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, who entered the All-Star break with a 57-37 record, 1 1/2 games behind the first-place Oakland Athletics in the American League West. Can the Angels catch the A's and win...
  • Oakland Athletics take first game of series with Angels, 5-3

    Oakland Athletics take first game of series with Angels, 5-3
    KEY MOMENT: Angels reliever Jason Grilli came into a tie game in the sixth inning and five batters later Oakland had a two-run lead on an infield single, Sam Fuld's triple to right-center and Andy Parrino's scoring fly ball. The Angels didn't quit,...
  • Angels lose some ground in Oakland

    Angels lose some ground in Oakland
    Mike Scioscia was fully aware of both the calendar and the consequences Friday when his Angels opened a three-game series against the Oakland Athletics. The lead in the American League West was hanging in the balance with five weeks left in the season....
  • The Times' baseball rankings

    The Times' baseball rankings
    Last week’s ranking in parentheses, statistics are through Friday’s games: 1. WASHINGTON: Masters of the big finish, with five walkoff wins in six games. (6) 2. BALTIMORE: On pace for its biggest AL East margin since 1971, when Orioles...
  • Game sails away from Angels

    Game sails away from Angels
    KEY MOMENT: Angels reliever Joe Smith sailed a two-out pitch to the backstop, allowing Coco Crisp to score the winning run from third in the eighth inning. Crisp had greeted Smith with a single to center and worked his way to third on a pair of...
  • Angels power past Oakland Athletics in 9-4 victory

    Angels power past Oakland Athletics in 9-4 victory
    KEY MOMENT: Oakland's Scott Kazmir breezed through a first inning in which he made just six pitches. But his former teammates roughed him up in their next two at-bats with Josh Hamilton scoring twice and driving in two runs and Erick Aybar doubling in two...
  • Phillies continue losing on last road trip

    Phillies continue losing on last road trip
    Jon Lester struck out seven in as many innings and Derek Norris drove in a run and scored as Oakland took the series opener from visiting Philadelphia. Eric Sogard and Coco Crisp each added an RBI single in a three-run second inning for the Athletics,...
  • Orioles' Chris Davis tests positive for amphetamines, suspended 25 games

    Orioles' Chris Davis tests positive for amphetamines, suspended 25 games
    The Baltimore Orioles will be without Chris Davis for at least some of the playoffs after the slugger received a 25-game suspension for using amphetamines. “I apologize to my teammates, coaches, the Orioles organization and especially the fans,"...
  • Jerome Williams, Angels can't dig out of early hole

    Jerome Williams, Angels can't dig out of early hole
    OAKLAND — Forks and knives scraping plates were all that broke the silence in the Angels clubhouse Friday night after a 6-4 loss to the Oakland Athletics dropped them 11 games back in the American League West. It has become an all-too-familiar...
  • Adam Jones fills in for Buster Olney on ESPN.com, praises Buck Showalter

    Adam Jones fills in for Buster Olney on ESPN.com, praises Buck Showalter
    We already knew that Adam Jones was the Orioles' undisputed king of Twitter, but now he can add ESPN.com blogger to his digital resume. With Buster Olney taking vacation this week -- or at least as much of a vacation you can take as a baseball writer in...