9:11 AM EDT, Sat July 26, 2014
Orange County Register 7 hours ago
On deck: Tigers at Angels, Saturday, 6 p.m.
Final
W 2 - 1

On deck: Tigers at Angels, Saturday, 6 p.m.

Where: Angel Stadium TV: Fox Sports West, 6 p.m. Did you know: This season is the first time since 2009 the Angels have 60 wins through 100 games. Since 1989, they’ve reached that mark six times. THE PITCHERS RHP MATT SHOEMAKER (7-3, 4.54)...
Orange County Register 9 hours ago

Final: Angels 2, Tigers 1

ANAHEIM — For five innings, their swing-and-miss nightmare looked like it might continue. A night after striking out 11 times to reigning AL Cy Young winner Max Scherzer, the Angels went down on strikes 10 times in their first 16 at-bats on Friday,...
Grand Rapids Press 7 hours ago

Angels 2, Tigers 1: Drew Smyly strikes out career-high 11, but Detroit's bats fizzle in loss

Drew Smyly struck out a career-high 11 and gave up just one hit through five innings, but hit a wall in the sixth as Los Angeles scored a pair of runs and never looked back. ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Detroit's No. 5 starter took a perfect game...
Grand Rapids Press 8 hours ago

Seventh-inning stretch: Angels 2, Tigers 1

Drew Smyly struck out a career-high 11 and gave up just one hit through five innings, but hit a wall in the sixth as the Los Angeles Angels have built a 2-1 lead over the Tigers. ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Drew Smyly struck out a career-high...
Halos Heaven 8 hours ago

¡Orale! Navarro Replaces Hurt Hamilton, Angels Win

Tight Game Oooooooooo mamma.... ain't no denyin'.... Efren Navarro replaced Angels LF Josh Hamilton mid-contest Friday night as Hambone departed with a sore knee. Mike Scioscia could not have made a better move and destiny showed to not be such a bad guide as Navarro's clutch hit was the difference. Poll PANTHER of the GAME Calhoun Navarro Street   1 votes | Results
Los Angeles Times 13 hours ago

Not letting the Dodgers get off cheap

In 2009, the Dodgers could have picked up Cliff Lee for a measly $10 million. They didn't; the Phillies did, and they went to the World Series.
Rotoworld 9 hours ago
Josh Hamilton leaves early with knee injury - Josh Hamilton (OF) Los Angeles Angels

Josh Hamilton leaves early with knee injury - Josh Hamilton (OF) Los Angeles Angels

Josh Hamilton was removed from Friday's game against the Tigers due to a sore left knee.

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Orange County Register 6 hours ago
Angels batters find enough swing to slip past Smyly

Angels batters find enough swing to slip past Smyly

ANAHEIM – For five innings, their swing-and-miss nightmare looked like it might continue. A night after striking out 11 times to reigning AL Cy Young winner Max Scherzer, the Angels went down on strikes 10 times in their first 16 at-bats on Friday,...
Los Angeles Times 7 hours ago

Angels' hitters do just enough in win

Not so long ago, in a time back before the All-Star break, the Angels were a hitting-driven team. Their pitching was passable but not a core of the team's success.
Orange County Register 7 hours ago
Angels catchers Iannetta, Conger share the plate

Angels catchers Iannetta, Conger share the plate

ANAHEIM – There are no specific rules of thumb Angels manager Mike Scioscia follows to navigate the daily uncertainty of his two-man catcher rotation, even if Chris Iannetta and Hank Conger’s results this season suggest the two fill different,...

Wilson could make rehab start early next week

ANAHEIM -- Angels starter C.J. Wilson won't make his triumphant return to the active roster when first eligible after a 15-day stint on the disabled list, but according to manager Mike Scioscia, the best-case scenario for the Angels' right-hander...

Thumb sapping Josh Hamilton's power

Juan DeLeon/Icon SMIJosh Hamilton has struggled to hit for power since returning from a thumb injury. The Los Angeles Angels have gone 15-6 since the start of July. A big reason for the surge has been their offense, which has scored 114 runs since July 1, the most in baseball. But should the offense be even stronger? Josh Hamilton started the season red hot, slashing .444/.545/.741 in the first 8 games of the season. Hamilton obviously wasn’t going to maintain those numbers, but it did give Halo fans hope that he could become the power threat he was with the Texas Rangers when he slashed .
Angels' Richards can't compete with Detroit's Scherzer in loss

Angels' Richards can't compete with Detroit's Scherzer in loss

ANAHEIM – Two of baseball’s best pitchers dueled against two of baseball’s best offenses Thursday night at Angel Stadium. A not-particularly-sharp Garrett Richards and the Angels lost to a very-sharp Max Scherzer and the Detroit Tigers, 6-4,...
Orange County Register Jul 25, 2014
Pitchers giving Hamilton a break in 2014

Pitchers giving Hamilton a break in 2014

ANAHEIM – It can’t be said for certain, but it’s possible Josh Hamilton is seeing fewer fastballs in 2014 than any hitter in any season in baseball history. This much is for sure: Hamilton, the Angels’ non-slugging slugger, is seeing far...
Angels open a four-game series against Detroit

Angels open a four-game series against Detroit

ANAHEIM -- Storylines abound at Angel Stadium tonight, as two of the three best teams in the majors meet in the Angels and Tigers. It's Garrett Richards against Max Scherzer in one of the better pitching matchups of the season. And Torii Hunter's...
Los Angeles Times Jul 24, 2014

Erick Aybar double, Kole Calhoun walk key Angels' win over Orioles

Erick Aybar stepped to the plate in the eighth inning Wednesday night looking for a first-pitch fastball and got it, ripping Tommy Hunter’s 96-mph offering into the gap in left-center field for a score-tying double.
Orange County Register Jul 24, 2014
Angels Afterthoughts: Aybar and Green

Angels Afterthoughts: Aybar and Green

ANAHEIM – It’s hard to say what was the biggest play of the Angels’ half of the eighth inning Wednesday, in their 31st come-from-behind win of 2014. Josh Hamilton started things off with a broken-bat single, but that’s probably not a...
Angels take a walk on winning side

Angels take a walk on winning side

ANAHEIM – Sixteen years ago, Buck Showalter made the unusual decision to intentionally walk Barry Bonds with the bases loaded in a close game and came out looking like a genius when his Diamondbacks won on the next batter. Wednesday, the...

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