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Orange County Register 16 hours ago

Royals broadcaster Hudler sees similarities to Angels' 2002 season

When Rex Hudler watched the San Francisco Giants clinch the pennant last week, he turned to his wife in disbelief. “Can you believe it?,” he recalled asking her. “It’s going to happen again… I’m seeing it all over again. It’s déjà...

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Royals sweep Angels out of ALDS

Royals sweep Angels out of ALDS

KANSAS CITY – It took just seven days – and three games – for fall to turn into winter for the Angels. Exactly one week after the Angels finished the regular season with the best record in the majors – and visions of a run deep into October...
Miller: Angels just another pricey flop

Miller: Angels just another pricey flop

KANSAS CITY – The $150 million flop is now complete. After finally making the playoffs for the first time since 2009, the Angels and their hefty payroll didn’t perform worth a dime. They lost Sunday, 8-3, and were swept from the American League...
Trout troubled by Royals' high heat

Trout troubled by Royals' high heat

KANSAS CITY – Mike Trout is the definitive best player in baseball and has been for at least two full seasons now, probably three. There is no reasonable rebut to that. But, for the first time since he emerged as such, Trout now enters an offseason...
Gubicza walks the line as former Royals star, Angels announcer

Gubicza walks the line as former Royals star, Angels announcer

KANSAS CITY – When Hall of Famer George Brett ran into Mark Gubicza this week, he asked his former Kansas City Royals teammate why he wasn’t wearing his 1985 World Series ring. “George was ticked at me,” Gubicza said. “He said ‘You bled...
Royals sweep Angels out of ALDS

Royals sweep Angels out of ALDS

KANSAS CITY, MO. - It took just seven days – and three games – for fall to turn into winter for the Angels. Exactly one week after the Angels finished the regular season with the best record in the majors – and visions of a run deep into...
The most important game of the Angels' season

The most important game of the Angels' season

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- That headline's stretching the truth a bit. Yes, today's 4:37 p.m. game against the Kansas City Royals is the most important game of the Angels' season. Lose, and their year is over via a three-game sweep in the American League...
Miller: Still a big believer in Angels

Miller: Still a big believer in Angels

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – I remain a believer. But then I’ve never been one to give up easily. I’m still holding out for the follow-up hit from Kajagoogoo. So maybe you’ve already buried the Angels and, based on the emails piling up like spades of...
Wilson, Angels in must-win situation

Wilson, Angels in must-win situation

KANSAS CITY – If the good version of C.J. Wilson shows up on Sunday at Kauffman Stadium, it will erase a lot of the damage done this summer by the bad version. The Angels enigmatic left-hander, whose performances have been all over the spectrum...
Hitless Hamilton remains in Angels lineup

Hitless Hamilton remains in Angels lineup

KANSAS CITY – Josh Hamilton, who is hitless in nine postseason at-bats after missing almost the entire month of September with injuries, is going to get another shot. Manager Mike Scioscia said Hamilton will be in the lineup for Game 3 of the...
Angels at Royals, Sunday, 4:30 p.m., TBS

Angels at Royals, Sunday, 4:30 p.m., TBS

Where: Kauffman Stadium. Did you know: The Angels have dropped the first two games in five other postseason series, and they have not come back to win any of them. THE PITCHERS LHP C.J. WILSON (13-10, 4.51) Wilson had one good postseason and one bad...
Angels in a deep hole after another 11th-inning loss

Angels in a deep hole after another 11th-inning loss

ANAHEIM – The Angels are experiencing the cruelty of baseball’s postseason. For six months, a team can fight and claw, building up the most victories in the majors, and scoring the most runs in the majors. And in a span of two days – two...
Angels Afterthoughts: To bunt or not to bunt?

Angels Afterthoughts: To bunt or not to bunt?

ANAHEIM – Mike Scioscia was criticized for bunting three times in Game 1. And in Game 2, the question was about not bunting. Welcome to life as a big league manager. In the ninth inning, the Angels had their best opportunity to score the go-ahead...

Matt Shoemaker ready to go again, if needed

ANAHEIM Truth be told, starter Matt Shoemaker didn't want to come out of Friday's divisional playoff game against Kansas City. He felt strong, had command of his pitches and was pain free. The rookie right-hander, however, was back on the mound for...
Los Angeles Times Oct 4, 2014

Royals make things extra tough for Angels with 4-1 win in Game 2

The Angels rallied in the wake of a season-ending injury to their best pitcher, Garrett Richards, in August and got so hot they turned a four-game American League West deficit on Aug.10 into a runaway division title.

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