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  • The Ace of (broken) hearts

     
    The Yankees have an "Ace," and the Angels don't. Really, that's been the difference in this ALCS so far. The Yankees' CC Sabathia has dispensed two xerox masterpieces, a pair of dominant eight-inning, low-hit, one-run performances, and the guys who......
  • Scioscia on a tightrope

     
    Mike Scioscia, all 200-and-whatever pounds of him, was on the managerial tightrope, teetering in one direction, wobbling precariously off on another, but somehow, in one final, flailing lunge, barely making it to the other side. The Angels are still...
  • Say hello to controversy

     
    It's already the most controversial move of the postseason, no matter what happens the rest of the night. Mike Scioscia taking out John Lackey with the bases loaded, two outs and the Angels still leading 4-0 in the seventh inning......
  • Finally, a big inning

     
    It wasn't just a big inning. It was a big FIRST inning. The first five Angels batters either walked or spewed base hits, two of them for extra bases, and before some people had even found their seats, Mike Scioscia's......
  • Is Angels' John Lackey having a "No No" Nolan Ryan season?

     
    Angels pitcher John Lackey's season has a familiar ring to it, one that will make team fans cringe and squeal. His contract is up. Management may think his best days are behind him. The 31-year-old from Abilene, Texas had an......
  • Game 5 postmortems

     
    It was too great a game with too many juicy subplots for one day. Here are just a few Game 5 postmortems: --SCIOSCIA'S MOVES -- Considering the wails of anger and stream of comments and e-mails, Mike Scioscia must be......
  • Rain out helps Angels

     
    It was bad news if you were a fan looking forward to Game 6 tonight. But when the official announcement of a rainout was made in New York, it was good news for the Angels. Now Mike Scioscia will have......
  • Signing Bobby Abreu a smart move

     
    The Angels were not only smart; they were quick. On the day baseball's free agent market opened, they signed Bobby Abreu to a new, two-year contract with a club option for a third year. Give Tony Reagins and Mike Scioscia......
  • Or maybe he's the forehead ... who's to say?

     
    Bill Shaikin of The Times checked in with Dennis Mannion – the chief operating officer who is, let's say, the chin of the Dodgers – and had this to report: No arbitration-eligible Dodgers are to be traded as a cost-saving......
  • Friday's poll: Who should the Angels re-sign, John Lackey or Chone Figgins?

     
    Angels owner Arte Moreno says they will probably be able to bring back only one. So which one should it be, John Lackey or Chone Figgins? Vote now and let your voice be heard, then leave a comment letting us......
  • Life, death and fear on the L.A. River

     
    Violence is common and often unreported along the 51-mile Los Angeles River, daytime haunt of the occasional jogger and bird-watcher and in many parts a lawless no-man's-land populated by hard-core addicts, the mentally ill and uncountable others, broke...