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  • Rookie Tyler Chatwood pitches Angels to 7-2 win over White Sox

     
    Rookie Tyler Chatwood held the Chicago White Sox to a run on five hits through seven innings Saturday, and Howie Kendrick and Hank Conger each homered, driving in three runs apiece, to lead the Angels to a 7-2 victory at......
  • Dan Haren (4-0) and the Angels stay hot in win over White Sox

     
    Dan Haren ran his record to 4-0 by holding the Chicago White Sox scoreless through six innings Sunday, pitching the Angels to a 4-2 victory and a sweep of the teams' three-game series. Haren, who threw a one-hit shutout in......
  • Angels-Rangers: Much ado about something

     
    With five consecutive wins, the Angels are the hottest team in baseball. And with six wins in as many games at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, the Texas Rangers are the best team in the majors at home. One of those......
  • Jeff Mathis back behind plate for Angels

     
    Jeff Mathis was back in the Angels' lineup Sunday against the Chicago White Sox left-hander Mark Buehrle. Mathis was expected to be the starting catcher when spring training ended, but after his average fell to .192, he watched rookie Hank......
  • Angels' Vernon Wells finds there's no place like home

     
    Vernon Wells takes a modest four-game hitting streak into Tuesday night's game with the Texas Rangers at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. And home cooking may be just what he needs to keep that alive. Wells and fellow Texas resident Torii......
  • Angels are hitting, just not at the right time

     
    With 154 hits through 16 games, the Angels are just one hit behind the Kansas City Royals for the American League lead. Yet they're averaging just 3.8 runs a game; eight teams have done better than that. The problem, Manager......
  • Angels' Conger making the most of his opportunity

     
    Hank Conger wasn't the only one who figured he'd start this season at Salt Lake City. He hit just .231 in spring training, more than 70 points below Bobby Wilson, his chief competition for the roster spot reserved for a......
  • Hank Conger gets third straight start at catcher for Angels

     
    Coming out of spring training the assumption was that Jeff Mathis had won the starting job behind the plate for Angels, Bobby Wilson would be his backup and Hank Conger would be in triple A if the Angels hadn't placed......
  • Erick Aybar makes return for Angels

     
    Erick Aybar, out since the season's opening weekend with a strained muscle in his ribcage, was back in the Angels' lineup Wednesday against the Texas Rangers in the final game of the team's six-game road trip. "He's fine," Angels Manager......
  • Rangers' wish: Rain, rain come this way

     
    "Now there's three things you can do in a baseball game," the legendary Casey Stengel once said. "You can win or you can lose or it can rain." The Texas Rangers are probably thinking that the rain thing might be......
  • Angels' decision to cut Brandon Wood painful for both sides

     
    It had to be done. But that didn't make the parting of ways between the Angels and Brandon Wood any easier to take for either side. "We just had no way out of this," Manager Mike Scioscia said Tuesday after......
  • Angels: Red Sox complete the four-game sweep of the Angels, winning 7-0 Sunday at Angel Stadium

     
    News flash: The Boston Red Sox beat the Angels. Well, that may seem like old news, since it happens so often, as in virtually every time these teams meet up these days. The score, stats and location may change, but......