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April 9th, 2010
Angels drop to 1-3 after pounding by Twins
ANAHEIM – The Angels offense, which was one of baseball's best in 2009, continued to flounder early in the 2010 season as the team dropped its third in a row to the Minnesota Twins, 10-1, on...
Scioscia, Hunter get awards
Prior to tonight’s game, Torii Hunter will receive the Louisville Silver Slugger Award, and manager Mike Scioscia will receive his trophy for being the A.L. Manager of the Year award.
Angels still feeling the loss of Nick Adenhart
On the night of April 8, 2009, Nick Adenhart realized some of the success he'd been working towards. He took the mound at Angel Stadium and came through, delivering six scoreless innings in his first start of the year, a game the Angels would eventually lose 6-4 to Oakland.
Pain of Adenhart's loss sticks with Halos
A year later, Weaver and teammates remember friend
Homers prove too much for Angels
Twins smack three long balls, spoil debut for Pineiro
Angels players remember the good times with Nick Adenhart
Says third baseman Brandon Wood, a teammate of the late pitcher through the minor leagues: 'I started thinking about the fun times we had...
Angels' offense makes a weak first impression
Minnesota defeats Anaheim, 10-1, as the Twins go 3-1 in the season-opening series. Angels batters go 0 for 9 with runners in scoring...
Last night: Angels' slumbering offense
ANAHEIM -- It's in there somewhere, they insist. Buried in this Los Angeles Angels lineup is the heart of a lion, they think. So, why is it beating as faintly as a mouse's right now?
How far can this bullpen carry them?
ANAHEIM -- People who followed the 2002 Angels might be surprised to hear this: The team has higher hopes for its current bullpen than the one that helped it win its only World Series.
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