Los Angeles Angels News Today
April 10th, 2010
Quinlan sent to triple-A
The Angels made their first roster move since the season began, optioning utility man Robb Quinlan to triple-A Salt Lake. With the empty roster spot, the Angels select the contract of pitcher Bobby Cassevah.
Abreu cops to being a slow starter
The Bobby Abreu Angels fans have seen through four games isn’t the one they remember from 2009. He’s not hitting (3-for-15), he’s not walking (one walk in 16 plate appearances), and he’s not running (zero stolen bases).
Palmer lit up in Angels' fourth straight loss
Right-hander yields seven runs, five earned, vs. A's
Kazmir makes encouraging rehab start
Angels southpaw expected to make debut next Thursday
Angels’ Brandon Wood not worried about bad start
The third baseman has one hit so far in his first season as a starter but says he feels that his swing ‘is going to be there.’
Angels’ 10-4 loss irritates Scioscia
Angels manager is unhappy with many aspects of his team’s slow start as Oakland piles on Matt Palmer early to win easily.
Napoli continues to sit
ANAHEIM -- Is one of the Angels biggest offensive weapons being wasted on the bench?
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