Los Angeles Angels News Today
April 6th, 2010
Angels notes: Rough start for Wood
Brandon Wood trotted out to the third-base line for pre-game introductions on his first Opening Night in the big leagues feeling largely unburdened by expectations.
Reserves enjoy first Opening Day
Matt Palmer, Terry Evans and Bobby Wilson were almost certainly not going to ever play on Opening Day. But for those three members of the Angels’ 25-man roster, it was still a special night.
Kazmir feeling “real good” after Sunday’s start
Left-hander Scott Kazmir said he felt “real good” after his seven-inning outing Sunday morning in Arizona. Kazmir threw 77 pitches against Cubs minor-leaguers then “10 or 11 more” in the bullpen afterwards.
Tuesday links, and 2010 predictions
AngelsWin readers gave Victor Rojas pretty good reviews: “I enjoyed the broadcast. Two adults actually discussing the game. Great flow.” That sounds delightful! I was radio-only last night, so I heard the recording of Rory Markas’ “Just another Halo victory!” call after the final out. What did you all think of Rojas?
Right off bat, Matsui leads Halos to win
Godzilla hits go-ahead single, homers in Angels debut
Saunders gets call in second game
Saunders will be making his fifth career start against the Twins. So far against Minnesota, the southpaw is 3-1 with a 4.10 ERA. ... The only new Angel other than starter Joel Pineiro who didn't play Monday, reliever Brian Stokes, could make his Anaheim debut in Tuesday's game.
Angels get the season started with a big bang
Mathis, Matsui and Morales hit home runs to back up Weaver's six-inning effort.
Angels streamline radio team
The Los Angeles Angels are going with an unusual arrangement for the radio broadcasts of their home games. Terry Smith will be doing all nine innings by himself. When was the last time the Angels had a one-man broadcast team?
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