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  • Pujols' 512th homer lifts Angels past Blue Jays

    The Sports Xchange By Joe Haakenson, The Sports Xchange Pujols' 512th homer lifts Angels past Blue Jays ANAHEIM, Calif. -- With every big hit, it seems, Albert Pujols ties or passes a legendary player in major league annals, and Wednesday afternoon's...
  • Thatcher joins long line of Angels lefty relievers

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Los Angeles Angels - INSIDE PITCH ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The Los Angeles Angels hope that left-hander Joe Thatcher can fill a two-year-old void in their bullpen. The Angels acquired Thatcher and outfielder Tony...
  • Angels can't catch a break in 4-0 loss to Blue Jays

    Angels can't catch a break in 4-0 loss to Blue Jays
    It wasn’t only R.A. Dickey’s tricky knuckler that stymied the Angels in a 4-0 loss Tuesday. Not much went the Angels’ way, even when they tried to do the right things. When Mike Trout was thrown out trying to stretch a double into a...
  • In shutout loss, Angels find it's hard to prepare for knuckleball

    In shutout loss, Angels find it's hard to prepare for knuckleball
    It had been almost 10 months since the Angels last saw R.A. Dickey and his knuckleball — the fluttering, dancing temptress of a pitch that won him a Cy Young in 2012. To prepare for facing Dickey on Tuesday, bench coach Dino Ebel mixed in some...
  • Weaver exits early with sore back, but Angels roll on

    ANAHEIM, Calif. The Los Angeles Angels are so hot that not even losing their starter after two innings could slow them down. Despite Jered Weaver leaving after six batters because of lower back tightness, the Angels beat the Toronto Blue Jays, 5-2, on...
  • White Sox stop the bleeding against Angels

    White Sox stop the bleeding against Angels
    Robin Ventura has an informed opinion about which White Sox players deserve to participate in the July 15 All-Star Game. Chris Sale, Jose Abreu and Alexei Ramirez would be his choices. "But every year we go through the guys who deserve to make it...
  • Behind Richards, Angels cap sweep of Astros

    The Sports Xchange By Joseph D'Hippolito, The Sports Xchange Behind Richards, Angels cap sweep of Astros ANAHEIM, Calif. -- With the All-Star Game rosters being revealed Sunday, the Los Angeles Angels' Garrett Richards made a last-minute case for...
  • Angels' little deal for relief trumped by A's big one for starters

    It should have been an unqualified good day for the Angels. They needed a left-handed reliever, and they got one. Their team got a little better. But the Angels are chasing the Oakland Athletics, the best team in baseball. The A's did not appear to need...
  • Angels 11, Astros 5

    The Sports Xchange By Michelle Gardner, The Sports Xchange Angels 11, Astros 5 ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Albert Pujols is climbing the home run ladder with each one he delivers. The latest boosted the first baseman another rung and propelled the Angels to...
  • Men with beards are the new face of baseball

    Men with beards are the new face of baseball
    Pennant races always had the potential to get a little hairy, and these days that's not always about late-inning rallies, fluke bounces or the questionable call by an umpire. Sometimes, it's the actual hair. Last season's World Series between the...
  • Trout hits winning homer in 9th as Angles edge Astros

    The Sports Xchange By Joseph D'Hippolito, The Sports Xchange Trout hits winning homer in 9th as Angles edge Astros ANAHEIM, Calif. -- At the perfect moment, Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout combined his flair for the dramatic with his ability...
  • Angels again hit bull's-eye against lefties in 7-6 win over Astros

    Three left-handed pitchers in a row might have been an issue for the Angels last season. They were 18-26 against left-handers, and their .258 batting average against them was ninth in the American League in 2013. So far, 2014 is a different story. After...