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  • Angels take a Bronx beating in 14-7 loss to Yankees

    Angels take a Bronx beating in 14-7 loss to Yankees
    NEW YORK — By the third inning in Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night, the Angels had Chris Nelson at third base, Tommy Field at shortstop, Grant Green at second base, Collin Cowgill in right field and J.B. Shuck in left field. Not exactly the...
  • Angels' Peter Bourjos won't rule out postseason surgery

    Angels' Peter Bourjos won't rule out postseason surgery
    Even as the Angels activated Peter Bourjos on Friday, the center fielder said he could not rule out postseason surgery on his right wrist. Bourjos suffered a broken wrist when he was a hit by a pitch June 29. The Angels originally believed he would...
  • Matt Dominguez powers Astros past Angels, 7-5

    Matt Dominguez powers Astros past Angels, 7-5
    Matt Dominguez had four hits, including a tiebreaking three-run home run, to power the Houston Astros to a 7-5 victory over the Angels. The Angels lost a series to the Astros -- the worst team in the major leagues -- for the third time this season....
  • Baseball playoffs are a lucky break for the viewer

    October is the month of triple-crown TV viewing. It's playoff time. Nothing better than a couch, a beer and a big-screen TV. To steal from the long-ago "Saturday Night Live" eloquence of Chico Escuela, "Baseball been berry, berry good to us." Sure,...
  • Angels must assess who'll pitch in to help turn things around

    It has been a nice little run for the Angels since Aug. 23, their 21-8 record before Monday's game against Oakland taking some sting out of another disappointing season, but they can't let it fool them into thinking they can roll into 2014 with this...
  • Bad to worse: Angels lose to Astros again, Mike Trout hurts hamstring

    Bad to worse: Angels lose to Astros again, Mike Trout hurts hamstring
    In a season that has gone so horribly wrong for the Angels, this was hardly a surprise: Mike Trout had to come out of Sunday's game because of a hamstring injury. Fortunately for an already depressed fan base, the Angels apparently will not have to play...
  • Angels take another tumble in 5-2 loss to Rangers

    A season marred by injuries took another ugly turn Monday night when Angels second baseman Howie Kendrick suffered a hyperextended left knee and had to be helped off the field in the fifth inning of a 5-2 loss to the Texas Rangers. Kendrick, who is...
  • Angels get it right against lefties in 5-2 victory over Indians

    CLEVELAND — The Angels have been awful against left-handed pitchers, beginning Friday with a .239 average against them. They lead the American League with 85 errors. Their bullpen has been horrible, with a 1-7 record, five blown saves and a 7.68...
  • Angels' decline tends to startle

    The Angels made some noise in American League baseball Friday night. They had the postgame fireworks. Otherwise, this is a team going nowhere. The last rites were administered recently. By the Angels. To themselves. No life support systems left. The...
  • Angels lose to Rangers, 8-3, but Mike Trout's name pops up in MVP talk

    Angels lose to Rangers, 8-3, but Mike Trout's name pops up in MVP talk
    The American League most valuable player debate is heating up, with Baltimore's Chris Davis muscling his way into the conversation with Angels center fielder Mike Trout and Detroit slugger Miguel Cabrera. "Yeah, here we go again," said Trout, who won...
  • Despite Angels' woes, and 8-2 loss to Astros, Mike Scioscia wants more

    Despite Angels' woes, and 8-2 loss to Astros, Mike Scioscia wants more
    As the Philadelphia Phillies fired the longest-tenured manager in the National League, the longest-tenured manager in the American League said he wants to remain with the Angels. "This is where I want to be," Mike Scioscia said Friday. "This is what I...
  • J.B. Shuck has been a bright spot for Angels

    J.B. Shuck has been a bright spot for Angels
    General Manager Jerry Dipoto has been heavily criticized for his winter pitching moves that didn't pan out, Ryan Madson, Joe Blanton, Tommy Hanson and Sean Burnett providing little or no contributions to the Angels this season. But at least one under-...