Los Angeles Angels News Today
April 12th, 2010
Happy homecoming for Matsui could be pain for Angels
ANAHEIM -- Hideki Matsui is not sure if he will receive his World Series ring from the Yankees when the rest of the 2009 champions are presented with theirs before Tuesday's home opener at Yankee...
The Squeeze: A's 9, Angels 4
ANAHEIM — Well, at least they have the Snuggie record.The Angels accomplished little else on a season-opening homestand which ended with a 9-4 loss to the Oakland Athletics Sunday afternoon.
Why the Angels can still win World Series
The Angels' 2-5 opening homestand does not bode well ... or does it? Let's take a look at the first seven games of the past 10 World Series winners, and see how the 2010 Angels stack up.
Wood: “Those numbers aren’t me. I know that.”
If you’re looking to play amateur psychologist – don’t bother, Brandon Wood says. “It might be hard to believe, but my head’s not all jammed up with a bunch of negative stuff,” the Angels’ first-year third baseman said Sunday after what should have been a nightmare-ish opening week for him came to a close.
Angels quickly enamored by Matsui
If Sadaharu Oh is the Babe Ruth of the Far East and Ichiro Suzuki is Japan's Willie Mays, Hideki Matsui comes sharply into focus as the Henry Aaron of his homeland.
Scioscia unfazed by staff's early struggles
Halos skipper cites gopheritis as small, early-season sample
Angels surrender most homers
Joe Saunders gives up his fourth homer this season and the team leads the majors in home runs surrendered, but Mike Scioscia says there's no...
Back to the Bronx and bad memories
ANAHEIM -- The Angels’ 2009 season ended at Yankee Stadium with a Game 6 loss in the American League Championship Series. Their first 2010 road trip begins with an in-your-face reminder of that disappointing day: with the New York Yankees accepting their World Series rings.
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