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  • Angels facing uphill fight to stay in contention

     
    The Angels entered Tuesday's game in Toronto trailing the Texas Rangers in the American League West by five games with nine to play. In the wild-card race they're 4 1/2 behind the Boston Red Sox with Tampa Bay, at two back, in between....
  • Everything goes to plan for Angels in rout of Blue Jays

     
    Every B-grade adventure movie has a scene in which the intrepid hero, finding himself in a fix, comes up with an escape plan that has seemingly no chance of succeeding. That’s where the Angels find themselves now. Despite Tuesday’s 10-6......
  • Angels look to end regular-season road campaign on an upbeat

     
    The Rogers Centre's retractible roof with be open Thursday night when the Angels take the field in Toronto for their final road game of the season. The regular season, that is. Because the Angels begin play just 2 1/2 games......
  • Angels lose a game and some ground in Toronto

     
    The Angels, chasing teams in two separate playoffs races, had a chance to pick up ground in each Thursday in Toronto. The Boston Red Sox, who lead the wild-card race, were idle Thursday. And the Texas Rangers, who lead the......
  • Mark Trumbo and Jeff Mathis in Angels lineup vs. A's

     
    Mark Trumbo, who was pulled from Saturday night's game in the seventh inning because of right ankle discomfort, was penciled in to the lineup for Sunday's must-win game against the Oakland Athletics in Angel Stadium. But after the rookie first......
  • Scioscia disputes criticism from Detroit about lineup decisions

     
    Sports talk radio in Detroit is abuzz with criticism of Angels Manager Mike Scioscia, who pulled Ervin Santana and Jered Weaver from their scheduled starts against the Texas Rangers on Tuesday and Wednesday and arranged to start five rookies in......
  • Angels offer arbitration to Morales, three others

     
    The Angels are not ready to give up on Kendrys Morales. Though the first baseman's future is clouded by injury and the signing of slugging first baseman Albert Pujols to a 10-year, $254-million deal, the Angels tendered Morales a 2012......
  • Angels reach terms with 3B Alberto Callaspo on $3.15-million deal

     
    The Angels on Monday avoided arbitration with Alberto Callaspo, agreeing to terms with the third baseman on a one-year, $3.15-million contract that leaves shortstop Erick Aybar as the team's only unsigned, arbitration-eligible player....
  • Angels agree to terms with SS Erick Abyar on 2012 deal

     
    The Angels avoided arbitration with Erick Aybar on Wednesday, agreeing to terms with the shortstop on a $5.075-million deal for 2012, and they will continue their attempts to secure the slick-fielding switch-hitter to a long-term deal....
  • Early starts force some changes for Angels

     
    The Angels' season-opening series with the Royals calls for four games starting at four different times. So with Saturday's 12:10 p.m. CDT start -- the earliest first-pitch on the trip -- following Friday's 7:10 game -- the latest first pitch......
  • Angels fall again in Royals' final at-bat

     
    Matt Treanor's three-run home run with two outs in the 13th inning lifted the Kansas City Royals to a 12-9 victory over the Angels on Sunday. The win was the Royals' second walk-off victory in three days and the third......
  • Scioscia switches things up for Angels' second game

     
    With the Angels facing left-hander Jeff Francis on Friday, Manager Mike Scioscia made a few switches to his lineup, elevating switch-hitting shortstop Erick Aybar from sixth to first in the batting order, sitting switch-hitter Maicer Izturis and giving...