Los Angeles Angels News Today
March 30th, 2010
After the waiting, Wood's time has finally come
TEMPE, Ariz. - The waiting was the hardest part – maybe less so for Brandon Wood than for the fans who saw him as the next great thing for so long they began to question it.
How does Angels' lineup compare to past opening days?
Angels' fans have waited to see Brandon Wood (above) in one of these. The fact that he will probably start the season as the team's No. 9 hitter speaks to the offensive depth Scioscia boasted off this spring.
Angels Mailbag: What do you want to know?
As the Angels wrap up spring training this week, it’s time for a final preseason edition of Angels Mailbag. Send your questions to my email — firstname.lastname@example.org — and put ‘Angels Mailbag’ in the subject line.
Pineiro outstanding as Halos romp
Joel Pineiro, coming off five scoreless innings in his previous start, didn't allow a hit until Podsednik and Ankiel produced a run with doubles in the sixth, ending his stretch of 10 straight scoreless rounds.
Pitching stability returns to Angels
At this time last spring, Angels manager Mike Scioscia was all but asking for volunteers from the stands as he tried to patch together a pitching staff.
Joel Pineiro impresses with execution in Angels’ win
His sinking fastball is almost flawless as he gives up no hits in five innings against Kansas City. ‘He accomplished everything he wanted to accomplish,’ Manager Mike Scioscia says.
Angels observations with a week to go
A week from today is Opening Night. A week from tomorrow is the best game of the year.
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