Thursday, March 26, 2009

Yesterday the Angels out-slugged the Rockies 18-11. Bobby Abreu and Juan Rivera each drove in 4 runs. Erick Aybar had 3 RBI with two triples. Both second basemen, Howie Kendrick and Sean Rodriguez also chipped in the 2 RBI a piece.

OC Register's Bill Plunkett asks a great question. Is Kelvin Escobar the Angels healthiest pitcher? Following in the footsteps of Ervin Santana, John Lackey now has forearm tightness. Neither Mike Scioscia or Lackey think it's serious. The pain is definitely not as bad as last springs elbow injury.

Speaking of Santana, he vows to miss only a month of the season.

Add another to the list of the Halos walking wounded. Torii Hunter nearly broke his nose after a ball caromed off the wall and into his face.

However, on a positive front. Catcher Mike Napoli will be behind the plate for the first time this spring on Friday. Napoli has been getting at bats as the DH during Cactus League play.

Retro-Angel takes a look back at the disaster that was the 1999 season. Hindsight being 20-20, what happened in 1999 was the best thing to ever happen to the franchise because it led to the hiring of Bill Stoneman and Mike Scioscia.

United Way has teamed up with the Angels for WALK UNITED in an effortt to raise money for child's charities, education programs and food, shelter and medical services.

Mike DiGiovanna breaks down the Angels surge in scoring.

The Angels, who have a major league-best 20-4 record and have won 10 of their last 12 games, have 56 runs and 64 hits -- including 15 home runs -- in their last four games.

Today the Angels will face the Indians.
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