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  • Angels trounce Astros, 11-1

    HOUSTON Of course it was Mike Trout who sparked the Angels to a badly needed victory. No surprise there. What might have been a little unexpected, though, was that he provided the boost not just with his bat, but with the tool that gets the least...
  • Sampling of columns of note from the past week

    TARA SULLIVAN, The Record (Hackensack, N.J.), on TIGER WOODS: From the day he became a golf professional and first prowled Augusta's pine-strawed grounds, from the moment he first conquered its perfectly manicured greens, from the instant he donned the...
  • An Angels offensive on updating defense

    An Angels offensive on updating defense
    As the Angels prepared for the 2002 World Series, bench coach Joe Maddon looked at the spray charts and came to a radical conclusion: If the Angels wanted to align their defense based on where Barry Bonds most commonly hit the ball, they should play three...
  • Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw leads MLB pitchers in jersey sales

    Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw leads MLB pitchers in jersey sales
    Is Clayton Kershaw the most popular pitcher in Major League Baseball? By one measure, yes. The Dodgers ace and defending National League Cy Young winner led all pitchers in jersey sales during the off-season, based on sales from MLB's online shop....
  • It's about time for it to be Stanton's time

    It's about time for it to be Stanton's time
    How good can Giancarlo Stanton be? Does anyone know? A couple of old-school scouts played fantasy baseball Thursday, hours before Stanton delivered the game-winning hit in the Marlins' 8-5 win against Colorado. They considered a question posed to me...
  • Marlins: fans esperan una gran temporada en Miami

    Varias horas antes de que los Marlins de Miami apalearan a los Rockies de Colorado, 10-1, en el primer partido de la temporada 2014 en la Pequeña Habana, miles de fanáticos locales ya festejan. Atrás habían quedado las 100 dolorosas derrotas de una...
  • Angels routed, swept by Mariners

    ANAHEIM, Calif. It has been just 27 innings, or three games, not even 2 percent of MLB's marathon six-month season that tests will, focus and luck, in addition to talent. But the Los Angeles Angels have not looked good at all so far. They lost another...
  • T.J. Simers: Tough going for the Angels

    ANAHEIM, Calif. Unlike many of you, I believe the Angels will win a game this season. That's why I was at the stadium Wednesday; I didn't want to miss it if this was going to be the night. Now I had hoped this would be an awesome year for the Angels...
  • Don Baylor's voice will be missed by Angels' hitters

    Don Baylor's voice will be missed by Angels' hitters
    It will be weeks, probably months, before Don Baylor can return to the Angels as their full-time hitting coach after he underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a fractured right femur, a freak injury Baylor suffered while catching the ceremonial first pitch...
  • Angels lose their groove right from the get-go; can they get it back?

    Angels lose their groove right from the get-go; can they get it back?
    The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim began their 49th season down the street from Disneyland on Monday night, and with the usual opening-game pomp came some strange circumstance. First, the usual stuff was there. Both teams lined the baselines and were...
  • Angels didn't move fences; they just changed angles

    Angels didn't move fences; they just changed angles
    Mike Trout noticed it right away during batting practice. The center-field wall in Angel Stadium, which was 400 feet away from home plate last season, is now 396 feet. The distance to straight-away left field, which was 365 feet last season, is 347 feet,...
  • Hernandez survives early punch, leads Mariners to win over Angels

    ANAHEIM, Calif. Felix Hernandez took the hit and kept on pitching. Mike Trout delivered an early punch to the stomach of the Seattle Mariners' ace, belting a two-run homer in the first inning. But the former Cy Young award winner just kept on firing...