Los Angeles Angels Make Right Choice To Keep Mike Scioscia
Mike Scioscia

It looks like the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim will not be wanting for a portly, temperamental skipper next year. In a conference call earlier this week, Halo manager Mike Scioscia confirmed that both he and GM Jerry Dipoto – with whom Scioscia had allegedly butted […]

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LOS ANGELES ANGELS OF ANAHEIM

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The Los Angeles Angels were hoping to have some bullpen stability this season, and they may have found it with Michael Kohn. Kohn was not considered a lock entering Spring Training as he had a 6.30 ERA in 10.0 IP. After the Angels chose to add him to […]

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Kole Calhoun

The Los Angeles Angels‘ outfield cannot seem to shake the injury bug, as the team announced Wednesday that Kole Calhoun will be placed on the 15-day disabled list due to a right ankle sprain. With Calhoun out, Los Angeles has decided […]

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Albert Pujols Kole Calhoun

Entering his third season with the Los Angeles Angels, first baseman Albert Pujols has a lot on his plate in terms of things to prove. First, there is the fact that Pujols by most standards has yet to produce at the consistently […]

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Chris Iannetta

As the Los Angeles Angels are off to a slow start offensively to the 2014 season, Chris Iannetta appears to be at the forefront of it all. This season the 31-year-old is batting a mere .080 (2-of-25) with two RBIs, .160 slugging […]

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Garrett Richards

The Los Angeles Angels entered the 2014 season with questions about their starting pitching staff beyond Jered Weaver and C.J. Wilson, and they may have found an answer with Garrett Richards. Through two starts this season, the 25-year-old has been […]

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Josh Hamilton

The Los Angeles Angels are off to an okay start in 2014. Coming off their disappointing 2013 campaign where they failed to make the playoffs after seriously bulking up their payroll and roster, the Angels were really hoping for big […]

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Josh Hamilton

The Los Angeles Angels have MLB‘s best player with Mike Trout looking as solid as he has in his first two seasons, but if the team is going to be a real contender, other players will need to help on offense. […]

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