June 11-Angels vs. Rays

June 11: After a sloppy 11-1 loss at Tampa Bay, Manager <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB005383" title="Mike Scioscia" href="/topic/sports/baseball/mike-scioscia-PECLB005383.topic">Mike Scioscia</a> airs out the club in a team meeting. “We need to get better,” he said. “We need to play with consistency. And if the guys in that clubhouse aren’t going to do it, then we’re going to have to look at some changes.” The Angels were 29-29 after that game; they are 62-35 since. The Tampa Bay Rays'' Evan Longoria is hit in the face by a wild pitch from the Angels' Ervin Santana (not shown) as catcher <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008563" title="Jeff Mathis" href="/topic/sports/baseball/jeff-mathis-PESPT008563.topic">Jeff Mathis</a>watches in the third inning at St. Petersburg, Fla.
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( Reinhold Matay / Associated Press )

June 11: After a sloppy 11-1 loss at Tampa Bay, Manager Mike Scioscia airs out the club in a team meeting. “We need to get better,” he said. “We need to play with consistency. And if the guys in that clubhouse aren’t going to do it, then we’re going to have to look at some changes.” The Angels were 29-29 after that game; they are 62-35 since. The Tampa Bay Rays'' Evan Longoria is hit in the face by a wild pitch from the Angels' Ervin Santana (not shown) as catcher Jeff Mathiswatches in the third inning at St. Petersburg, Fla.

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