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  • Angels ride Torii Hunter's bat, Tyler Chatwood's arm to 4-1 win over Braves

     
    Torii Hunter hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning and doubled and scored in the sixth, and Tyler Chatwood gave up one run and five hits in seven innings Sunday, leading the Angels to a 4-1 interleague victory over......
  • Howie Kendrick out of Angels lineup again after cortisone injection

     
    There was a very good reason Howie Kendrick, who was thought to be available to pinch hit Saturday night, never came to the plate while the Angels were going hitless in the final seven innings of their 5-4, 12-inning loss......
  • Angels notes: Kendrick not in lineup; outlook on Wells not good; Kazmir to start rehab

     
    Howie Kendrick is not in the lineup for Friday night's interleague game against the Atlanta Braves, but the left fielder, who left Thursday's game in Seattle in the ninth inning because of tightness in his right hamstring, believes his injury......
  • Angels notes: Mike Scioscia to miss Sunday's game; Howie Kendrick out of lineup

     
    Manager Mike Scioscia will miss Sunday's series finale against the Atlanta Braves to attend his son Matthew's graduation from Notre Dame. Scioscia is scheduled to fly to Chicago after Saturday night's game and return in time for Monday night's game......
  • Angels' Scott Kazmir struggles in rehab start

     
    Scott Kazmir's path back to the big leagues hit another roadblock Tuesday when the Angels left-hander was rocked for six runs in 1 2/3 innings of his first minor-league rehab start with Triple A Salt Lake. Kazmir struck out three......
  • Top prospect Mike Trout will not be short-term solution to Angels' LF woes

     
    Fans see a left-field platoon of light-hitting Alexi Amarista and even lighter-hitting Reggie Willits, and it's no wonder they've been clamoring for the Angels to call up their top prospect, 19-year-old double-A outfielder Mike Trout. But Manager Mike...
  • Angels' Vernon Wells, Howie Kendrick make progress in rehab from injuries; Peter Bourjos to lead off against A's

     
    Vernon Wells, on the disabled list since May 10 because of a right groin strain, began light agility drills and some light jogging on Wednesday, and he hopes to graduate to more aggressive drills and some running by the weekend.......
  • Angels' Kendrick to DL; team signs Russell Branyan

     
    The Angels placed infielder/outfielder Howie Kendrick on the 15-day disabled list because of a right hamstring strain before Thursday's game against the Oakland Athletics. In a corresponding move, the Angels signed free-agent first baseman Russell...
  • Angels looking in vain for positives with pitcher Scott Kazmir

     
    The Angels continue to search for something positive with Scott Kazmir, who struggled through a second dismal minor-league rehab start Sunday. “All in all, the progress has been slow,” Manager Mike Scioscia said of Kazmir, who allowed 10...
  • Falcons ready for Babe Herman return

    GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. BABE HERMAN TOURNAMENT SET The 43rd installment of the Babe Herman Tournament will begin Saturday simultaneously at Stengel Field and Oak Park High. Ten high school baseball...
  • Playoff fever absent

    One of the more thrilling nights in recent Major League Baseball history took place Wednesday night. Two wild card spots were determined in riveting contests that showcased Tampa Bay and St. Louis coming from far behind in the standings to crush Boston...
  • Reconsidering Lackey's status

     
    The consensus of most baseball people I've talked to is that Game 5 of the ALCS could be John Lackey's last as an Angel, barring an unlikely three-win comeback against the Yankees, of course. As the most appealing pitcher in......